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Selected code: 12

Assistive device types - Selected code: 12
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12 - ASSISTIVE PRODUCTS FOR ACTIVITIES AND PARTICIPATION RELATING TO PERSONAL MOBILITY AND TRANSPORTATION
Products intended to support or replace a person’s capacity to move indoors and outdoors, to transfer from one place to another or to use personal or public transportation. Assistive products attached to the body for supporting movement functions (orthoses) and replacing anatomical structures (prostheses), see >06. Furnishings, fixtures and other assistive products for supporting activities in indoor and outdoor human-made environments, see >18. Assistive products for controlling, carrying, moving and handling objects and devices, see >24. Assistive products for transporting objects in workplaces, see >28 06
12.03 - Assistive products for walking, manipulated by one arm
Devices supporting the user when walking, used singly or in pairs, each manipulated. by one of the arms or hands. Accessories for assistive products for walking, see >12 07
12.03.03 - Walking sticks and canes
Hand-held devices providing support and balance when walking, comprising handgrip without a forearm support, shaft and one tip. Multi-tip walking sticks and canes, see >120316. Tactile sticks or white canes, see >123903
12.03.03.S01 - Walking-sticks12.03.03.S01 - Walking-sticks
Devices that provide support for persons with difficulties in walking
12.03.06 - Elbow crutches
Hand-held devices providing support and balance when walking, comprising elbow support, shaft, handgrip and tip(s)
12.03.06.S01 - Elbow crutches12.03.06.S01 - Elbow crutches
12.03.09 - Forearm crutches
Hand-held devices providing support and balance when walking, comprising horizontal. support for the forearm, hand grip, shaft and one tip
12.03.09.S01 - Forearm support crutches12.03.09.S01 - Forearm support crutches
12.03.12 - Axillary crutches
Hand-held devices providing support and balance when walking, comprising axilla support, shaft, handgrip and tip(s)
12.03.12.S01 - Axillary crutches12.03.12.S01 - Axillary crutches
12.03.16 - Multi-tip walking sticks and canes
Walking devices providing support and balance which have a handgrip, shaft and three or more tips. Walking sticks and canes with a single tip, see >120303. Elbow crutches with three or more tips, see >120306. Tactile sticks or white canes, see >123903
12.03.16.S01 - Tripods12.03.16.S01 - Tripods
12.03.16.S02 - Quadripods12.03.16.S02 - Quadripods
12.03.18 - Walking sticks and canes with seat
Devices providing support when walking that have a hand grip without a forearm support, a single shaft, one or more tips (ferrules) and a seat, usually folding, attached to the hand grip or shaft
12.03.18.S01 - Walking sticks and canes with seat
12.03.21 - Lateral support frames
Walking frames for stabilization that are manipulated with one arm and held at the side of the body; they have four legs with tips (ferrules), one or two handles. Walking frames, see >120603
12.06 - Assistive products for walking, manipulated by both arms
Devices supporting the user when walking, manipulated by either both arms or the upper body. Accessories for assistive products for walking, see >12 07. Trolleys, see >243612
12.06.03 - Walking frames
Frames which a person lifts to move, that enable maintenance of stability and balance and support of body weight while walking or standing; with hand grips, without forearm support and with either four tips or two tips and two castors. Included are, e.g. rigid or articulated walking frames, assistive products for walking. with two castors in combination with two rubber stick buffers/tips. Lateral support frames, see >120321
12.06.03.S01 - Walking frames without castors12.06.03.S01 - Walking frames without castors
12.06.06 - Rollators
Walking devices which can be moved by pushing or pulling, that enable a person to maintain stability and balance while walking, and have hand grips and three or more wheels. Included are, e.g. rollators with a seat for resting, knee walkers, reverse rollators that. are pulled with the opening in the front, walking trolleys. Walking frames, see >120603
12.06.06.S01 - Walking frames with castors12.06.06.S01 - Walking frames with castors
12.06.09 - Walking chairs
Devices with wheels and seat or sling that support the body when walking, with or without forearm support. Included are, e.g. walking bicycles. Unpowered scooters propelled by pushing with one foot, see >121812
12.06.09.S01 - Walking-chairs12.06.09.S01 - Walking-chairs
12.06.12 - Walking tables
Devices with wheels and tips and a supporting table or forearm support, pushed forward by both arms, possibly in combination with the upper body
12.06.12.S01 - Walking tables12.06.12.S01 - Walking tables
12.07 - Accessories for assistive products for walking
Devices designed for use with assistive products for walking with a specific purpose
12.07.05 - Tips for assistive products for walking
Products that fit over the bottom of walking sticks, canes or crutches or the ends of walking frame or rollator legs to enhance the stability of the assistive product for walking. Included are, e.g. tips with additional anti-slip material, tips for walking on ice, flexible tips.
12.07.05.S01 - Ice grippers12.07.05.S01 - Ice grippers
12.07.05.S02 - Shok absorbing tips
Absorbers for crutches-hangers-tripods-sticks. System that absorb impacts and shocks reducing the load on the joints
12.07.12 - Products to properly grip assistive products for walking
Devices that enable a person to grasp securely a walking stick, cane, crutch, walking. frame or rollator. Included are, e.g. adjusted grips, grips with anti-slip material, grips of special material. such as foam. Grip adapters and attachments, see >241806
12.07.15 - Accessories for assistive products for walking to provide support for specific body parts
Products attached to an assistive product for walking that support specific body parts so that the user remains properly positioned while the product is in use. Included are, e.g. underarm supports, back supports, head supports, safety belts. Assistive products for body stabilization, see >09 07
12.07.18 - Pads, cushions and other accessories for assistive products for walking to prevent bruising or skin injury
Products that can be added to walking sticks, canes, crutches, walking frames, rollators and walking tables to protect the user from bruising or skin injury caused by repeated. contact with a specific part of the assistive product for walking. Body-worn assistive products for body protection, see >09 06
12.07.18.S01 - Pads, cushions and other accessories for assistive products for walking to prevent bruising or skin injury
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12.07.21 - Seats for assistive products for walking
Seats that can be added to canes, walking frames, rollators and walking tables that can support the weight of the person using the assistive product for walking. Included are, e.g. foldable and non-foldable solid seats for rollators, sling seats for rollators and walking tables.
12.07.24 - Accessories attached to assistive products for walking to hold or carry objects
Included are, e.g. baskets, pouches, hooks, lay trays, tables, bags, holders for oxygen units, holders for umbrellas, holders for walking frames and rollators to carry walking sticks, canes or crutches. Suspenders and fastening devices for urine collectors, see >092713
12.07.24.S01 - Walking stick holders12.07.24.S01 - Walking stick holders
12.07.27 - Products to hold assistive products for walking in place when not in use
Devices to fix in place a walking stick, cane, crutch or walking frame or to park a rollator. Included are, e.g. walking stick holders or cane holders attached to a table and parking brakes. Devices attached to wheelchairs to hold or carry objects, see >122442
12.07.30 - Accessories to enable a person to maneuver assistive products for walking
Products added to assistive products for walking to enable the user to go in a desired direction and to control speed. Included are, e.g. push bars, anti-swivelling wheels, devices to overcome thresholds and curbs, continuous brakes.
12.07.33 - Accessories to adjust height of rollators and walking frames
Devices that can be added or attached to a rollator or walking frame to increase the height of assistive products for walking
12.07.36 - Lights and safety signalling devices for assistive products for walking
Devices that can be attached to an assistive product for walking to illuminate its surroundings or to mark its position. Included are, e.g. reflectors.
12.07.39 - Tyres and wheels for assistive products for walking
Wheels that can be added to a walking frame with two wheels or a rollator to replace existing wheels, or wheels that can be attached to a walking frame on legs not originally equipped with wheels. Included are, e.g. wheels that include a portion of the leg of a walking frame or rollator.
12.10 - Cars, vans and trucks
Automobiles, vans and trucks for personal use and vans for use in public transportation that are manufactured to accommodate operators or passengers with disability. Carts, trucks and lorries for workplaces, see >280604. Assistive products for camping and caravanning, see >30 27
12.10.03 - Cars, vans and trucks with height-adjustable chassis
Cars, vans and trucks that enable drivers or passengers to enter and exit by lowering the vehicle's chassis to bring the floor of the vehicle to ground level
12.10.03.S01 - Accessible cars12.10.03.S01 - Accessible cars
12.10.06 - Low-speed cars
Motorized vehicles with a restricted maximum speed for use on public roads; used in some countries to allow a person to drive without a driver's licence
12.10.09 - Cars, vans and trucks with raised roof
Cars, vans and trucks that are originally equipped with a high roof to accommodate a person in a wheelchair inside of the vehicle
12.11 - Mass transit vehicles
Vehicles intended to transport groups of people as part of a public or commercial. transit system. Included are, e.g. buses, rail cars, airplanes, trams. Assistive products for transporting objects in workplaces, see >28 06
12.11.03 - Buses with height-adjustable chassis
Buses that enable passengers to enter and exit by lowering the vehicle's chassis to bring the floor of the vehicle to ground level
12.11.06 - Trains with low floors
Train cars that have a lowered floor to facilitate entry and exit of the train with or without the use of a ramp. Included are, e.g. subway cars, trams.
12.12 - Vehicle accessories and vehicle adaptations
Products that can be added to vehicles or modifications made to vehicles that either. enable the vehicle to be operated by persons with disability or permit persons with disability to enter, exit or ride in the vehicle safely. Car trailers, see >243618. Assistive products for camping and caravanning, see >30 27
12.12.04 - Vehicle accessories and vehicle adaptations to control speed
Products and modifications that can be added to a motor vehicle that assist the operator to vary the speed of the vehicle. Included are, e.g. products relating to use of the accelerator, clutch and gearshift.
12.12.04.S01 - Driving controls adaptations12.12.04.S01 - Driving controls adaptations
12.12.04.S02 - Accelerator adaptations12.12.04.S02 - Accelerator adaptations
12.12.04.S03 - Clutch adaptations12.12.04.S03 - Clutch adaptations
12.12.05 - Vehicle accessories and vehicle adaptations to control brake and engage or disengage parking brake
Products and modifications that can be added to a motor vehicle that assist the operator to slow or stop the vehicle
12.12.05.S01 - Parking brake adaptations12.12.05.S01 - Parking brake adaptations
12.12.05.S02 - Braking system adaptations12.12.05.S02 - Braking system adaptations
12.12.07 - Vehicle accessories and vehicle adaptations to operate steering system
Products and modifications that can be added to a motor vehicle that assist the operator to maneuver a vehicle. Included are, e.g. steering-wheel knobs, servosystems for steering, extensions of the steering column.
12.12.07.S01 - Steering system adaptations12.12.07.S01 - Steering system adaptations
12.12.08 - Accessories and adaptations to complementary functions necessary to operate vehicles
Included are, e.g. products relating to the use of adjustable mirrors, door locks, windscreen wipers, indicators, turn signals, lights. Signalling devices, see >222704
12.12.08.S01 - Car adaptations to operate secondary functions12.12.08.S01 - Car adaptations to operate secondary functions
12.12.09 - Seat belts and harnesses for motor vehicles
Devices for restraining a person in a vehicle to enhance safety during travel. Included are, e.g. three- and four-point seat belts and belt vests added to a vehicle's. seat, seat belts that attach to a vehicle to restrain a passenger who is seated in a wheelchair within the vehicle. Seat belts, belts and harnesses for body stabilization, see >090703
12.12.09.S01 - Car seatbelts and harnesses12.12.09.S01 - Car seatbelts and harnesses
12.12.12 - Seats and cushions for motor vehicles and accessories and adaptations relating to seating in vehicles
Devices designed either to enable a person to get into or out of a seat in a motor vehicle, or for supporting a person who is seated during travel. Included are, e.g. child safety seats, swivelling seats, elevating seats, sliding seats.
12.12.12.S01 - Car seats or child safety seats12.12.12.S01 - Car seats or child safety seats
12.12.15 - Hoists to transfer person into or out of vehicles without wheelchair
Equipment installed in a vehicle for lifting a person into or out of a vehicle. Assistive products for changing body position, see >12 31. Assistive products for lifting persons, see >12 36. Removable grab rails and handgrips, see >181810
12.12.15.S01 - Car hoists for person12.12.15.S01 - Car hoists for person
12.12.18 - Assistive products for transferring person seated in wheelchair into or out of vehicles
Devices for lifting a person and a wheelchair in which he/she is seated into or out of a vehicle or to allow a person in a wheelchair to roll into a vehicle. Included are, e.g. hoists to transfer a person in a wheelchair into or out of a vehicle, ramps installed in a vehicle to facilitate the loading or unloading of an occupied. wheelchair, lifting platforms installed in a vehicle to facilitate the loading or unloading of an occupied wheelchair. Cars, vans and trucks with height-adjustable chassis, see >121003. Portable ramps, see >183015
12.12.18.S01 - Car hoists12.12.18.S01 - Car hoists
12.12.21 - Assistive products for loading unoccupied wheelchairs onto or into vehicles
Devices for lifting and positioning an unoccupied wheelchair onto or inside a vehicle. Included are, e.g. car hoist for wheelchair.
12.12.21.S01 - Assistive product for loading wheelchairs onto or into a car12.12.21.S01 - Assistive product for loading wheelchairs onto or into a car
Device for loading the wheelchair onto or into a car.
12.12.24 - Assistive products for fastening wheelchairs in vehicles
Devices for securing a wheelchair in a vehicle. Included are, e.g. wheelchair tie-downs.
12.12.24.S01 - Equipments for fastening a wheelchair in a car12.12.24.S01 - Equipments for fastening a wheelchair in a car
12.12.27 - Vehicle chassis and body adaptations
Modifications to a vehicle's chassis, frame or other systems to increase its accessibility, usability or comfort for an operator or a passenger with a disability. Included are, e.g. raised roofs, enlarged windows, suspension systems.
12.12.27.S01 - Car bodywork adaptations12.12.27.S01 - Car bodywork adaptations
12.12.30 - Products to carry unoccupied wheelchairs on vehicles or trailers to carry wheelchairs behind vehicles
Racks or frames that can be mounted on the roof or the back of a vehicle to transport an unoccupied wheelchair or trailers that can be attached to the rear of a vehicle that. are specifically designed to transport one or more wheelchairs. Included are, e.g. products to transport scooters. Car trailers, see >243618
12.16 - Mopeds and motorcycles
Stand-on motorized vehicles, see >121706
12.16.03 - Two-wheeled mopeds and motorcycles
12.16.06 - Three-wheeled mopeds and motorcycles
12.16.06.S01 - Three-wheeled mopeds12.16.06.S01 - Three-wheeled mopeds
12.16.06.S02 - Three-wheeled mopeds
12.17 - Diverse motorized vehicles
Included are, e.g. stand-on mobility devices, snowmobiles, snow scooters, all-terrain. vehicles, go-carts. Low-speed cars, see >121006. Diverse human powered vehicles, see >12 27
12.17.03 - Powered stair-climbing transporters
Powered devices, operated by an attendant and not attached or connected to the stairs or the walls or ceiling adjacent to a stairway, intended to transport a person by climbing. up or down stairs. Included are, e.g. powered emergency evacuation carriers. Stair-climbing powered wheelchairs, see >122315. Devices to which a wheelchair is attached that facilitate movement up and down. stairs, see >122439. Assistive products for vertical accessibility, see >18 30
12.17.03.S01 - Stairclimbers12.17.03.S01 - Stairclimbers
12.17.06 - Stand-on motorized vehicles
Vehicles that are driven by the user standing on them; they have two or more wheels, handlebar and a base to stand on and may have a small seat for resting. Mopeds and motorcycles, see >12 16
12.17.09 - Diverse four-wheeled motorized vehicles
Included are, e.g. all-terrain vehicles, four wheelers, snowmobiles, snow scooters, go-carts.
12.18 - Cycles
Included are, e.g. power-assisted cycles.
12.18.04 - Foot-propelled bicycles
Pedal-propelled, two-wheeled cycles for one person
12.18.04.S01 - Bicycles with stabilizeer12.18.04.S01 - Bicycles with stabilizeer
12.18.04.S02 - Recumbent bicycles12.18.04.S02 - Recumbent bicycles
Bicycles that place the rider in a reclining position.
12.18.05 - Hand-propelled bicycles
Hand-propelled, two-wheeled cycles for one person
12.18.06 - Foot-propelled tricycles and quadricycles
Cycles with three or more wheels for one person, pedal propelled. Included are, e.g. carrier cycles.
12.18.06.S01 - Foot-propelled tricycles12.18.06.S01 - Foot-propelled tricycles
12.18.09 - Hand-propelled tricycles and quadricycles
Hand-propelled cycles with three or four wheels
12.18.09.S01 - Hand-propelled tricycles12.18.09.S01 - Hand-propelled tricycles
12.18.12 - Unpowered scooters propelled by pushing with one foot
Devices consisting of a footboard with wheels and a steering handle, foot-propelled
12.18.12.S01 - Tricycles propelled by pushing with foots12.18.12.S01 - Tricycles propelled by pushing with foots
12.18.12.S02 - Cycles propelled by pushing with foots
12.18.15 - Tandems, tricycles and four-wheeled cycles for two or more persons
Devices with two or more seats to allow riding for more than one person, pedal-propelled
12.18.15.S01 - Tandem12.18.15.S01 - Tandem
12.18.21 - Cycle adaptations
Additions or changes made to cycles to facilitate their operation. Included are, e.g. additional motors, trainer wheels.
12.18.21.S01 - Stabilizers for bicycles12.18.21.S01 - Stabilizers for bicycles
12.22 - Manual wheelchairs
Devices providing wheeled mobility with a seating support system for a person with limitation in mobility and that rely on an occupant or an assistant to provide power. for the operation. Included are, e.g. stand-up manual wheelchairs (wheelchairs that enable a person to raise and maintain a standing position), reclining manual wheelchairs, snow. wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs, wheelchairs for use in a pool, wheelchair underframes. Commode chairs with castors, see >091203. Shower chairs with and without wheels, see >093307. Rollators, see >120606. Walking chairs, see >120609. Transportation chairs, see >122704
12.22.03 - Bimanual handrim-drive wheelchairs
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by the occupant, by pushing. with both hands, on the wheels or on the handrims of the wheels. Included are, e.g. front-drive wheels, rear-drive wheels wheelchairs.
12.22.03.S01 - Bimanual rear-wheel-driven wheelchairs12.22.03.S01 - Bimanual rear-wheel-driven wheelchairs
12.22.03.S02 - Bimanual front-wheel-driven wheelchairs12.22.03.S02 - Bimanual front-wheel-driven wheelchairs
12.22.03.S03 - Tilting rear-wheel-driven wheelchairs12.22.03.S03 - Tilting rear-wheel-driven wheelchairs
12.22.06 - Bimanual lever-drive wheelchairs
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by the occupant using two-hand operated levers
12.22.06.S01 - Bimanual lever-driven wheelchairs12.22.06.S01 - Bimanual lever-driven wheelchairs
12.22.09 - Single-side manual drive wheelchairs
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled by the occupant using only one hand. Included are, e.g. one-hand lever-drive wheelchairs, one handrim-drive wheelchairs.
12.22.09.S01 - Single side driven nonpowered wheelchairs12.22.09.S01 - Single side driven nonpowered wheelchairs
12.22.12 - Handrim-activated power-assisted wheelchairs
Occupant operated wheelchairs with a combination of human power and electrical power, where the activation of the electrical power is through application of a torque, displacement or force to the handrim or handrims. Propulsion units for manual wheelchairs, see >122409
12.22.15 - Foot-propelled wheelchairs
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by contact of the occupant's foot or feet with the floor. Walking chairs, see >120609. Sitting furniture, see >18 09
12.22.18 - Push wheelchairs
Manual wheelchairs intended to be pushed and steered by an assistant, by pushing with both hands on the push handles of the wheelchair. Transportation chairs, see >122704
12.22.18.S01 - Manual attendant-controlled wheelchairs12.22.18.S01 - Manual attendant-controlled wheelchairs
12.22.18.S02 - Tilting pushchairs12.22.18.S02 - Tilting pushchairs
12.22.21 - Power-assisted push wheelchairs
Wheelchairs designed to be propelled and steered by an assistant by pushing with both hands on the push handles of the wheelchair, with one or two electric mechanisms. to help rotate one or both of the wheels
12.23 - Powered wheelchairs
Devices with powered propulsion, intended to provide wheeled mobility with a seating. support system for a person with limitation in mobility; the motor power is derived from an integral source of electric or combustion power. Included are, e.g. stand-up powered wheelchairs (wheelchairs that are capable of raising and maintaining a person in a standing position), reclining powered wheelchairs, wheelchairs with elevating or tilt-in-space seats, snow wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs, wheelchair underframes.
12.23.03 - Electrically powered wheelchairs with manual direct steering
Wheelchairs powered by electricity, with control of direction (steering) by mechanically. changing the orientation of the pivot drive wheel(s) without powered assistance. Included are, e.g. scooters.
12.23.03.S01 - Electric scooters with four wheels12.23.03.S01 - Electric scooters with four wheels
12.23.03.S02 - Electric scooters with three wheels12.23.03.S02 - Electric scooters with three wheels
12.23.06 - Electrically powered wheelchairs with electronic steering
Electrically powered wheelchairs activated with an electronic controller by the occupant. Included are, e.g. self-balancing wheelchairs. Assistant-controlled electrically powered wheelchairs, see >122312
12.23.06.S01 - Electronic wheelchairs12.23.06.S01 - Electronic wheelchairs
12.23.09 - Combustion powered wheelchairs
Wheelchairs powered by a combustion engine
12.23.09.S01 - Combustion-motor-driven wheelchairs12.23.09.S01 - Combustion-motor-driven wheelchairs
12.23.12 - Assistant-controlled electrically powered wheelchairs
Electrically powered wheelchairs manoeuvred by an assistant with an electronic controller. Push wheelchairs, see >122218
12.23.15 - Stair-climbing powered wheelchairs
Electrically powered wheelchairs that can safely climb and descend stairs while occupied and operated by the occupant. Powered stair-climbing transporters, see >121703
12.24 - Wheelchair accessories
Devices related to the use of wheelchairs. Non-body-worn single-use products for absorbing urine and faeces, see >093042. Non-body-worn washable products for absorbing urine and faeces, see >093045. Assistive products for transferring person seated in wheelchair into or out of vehicles, see >121218. Assistive products for loading unoccupied wheelchairs onto or into vehicles, see >121221. Equipment for fastening wheelchairs in vehicles, see >121224. Powered stair-climbing transporters, see >121703. Accessories for sitting furniture, see >18 10
12.24.03 - Steering and control systems for wheelchairs
Devices for controlling a wheelchair's movements and its direction of travel
12.24.03.S01 - Hand propelled wheels12.24.03.S01 - Hand propelled wheels
12.24.03.S02 - Handrails for wheelchairs12.24.03.S02 - Handrails for wheelchairs
12.24.03.S03 - Control systems for power wheelchairs12.24.03.S03 - Control systems for power wheelchairs
12.24.03.S04 - Control devices for assistant12.24.03.S04 - Control devices for assistant
12.24.03.S05 - joystick Covers
12.24.09 - Propulsion units for manual wheelchairs
Devices that are added to a manual wheelchair to enable the user or assistant to move the wheelchair or to propel the wheelchair without human assistance. Handrim-activated power-assisted wheelchairs, see >122212
12.24.09.S01 - Propulsion units12.24.09.S01 - Propulsion units
12.24.11 - Half-handbikes
Devices added to a manual wheelchair to transform it into a handbike, hand-propelled. Hand-propelled tricycles and quadricycles, see >121809
12.24.12 - Lights and safety signalling devices for wheelchairs
Devices that can be attached to a wheelchair to illuminate the wheelchair's surroundings or to mark the position of the wheelchair. Included are, e.g. wheelchair safety flags, reflectors.
12.24.18 - Running or parking brakes for wheelchairs
Devices for slowing down or stopping a wheelchair or holding it in a fixed position
12.24.21 - Tyres, wheels and castors for wheelchairs
Included are, e.g. snow runners, hub caps.
12.24.21.S01 - Wheelchair wheel12.24.21.S01 - Wheelchair wheel
12.24.24 - Batteries and battery chargers for wheelchairs
Devices to supply electric power to a wheelchair
12.24.28 - Devices for cleaning wheelchairs or any part of wheelchairs
Included are, e.g. wheelchair cleaning systems, brushes for wheelchair tires.
12.24.34 - Devices to protect wheelchairs and their occupants from sunlight or precipitation
Included are, e.g. umbrellas and canopies for wheelchairs.
12.24.36 - Devices to connect a wheelchair to a bicycle
12.24.39 - Devices to which a wheelchair is attached that facilitate movement up and down stairs
Carts and other types of vehicles, manually or electrically powered, to which a wheelchair can be securely fastened that allow the wheelchair, while occupied, to climb and descend stairs safely. Powered stair-climbing transporters, see >121703. Stair-climbing powered wheelchairs, see >122315. Assistive products for vertical accessibility, see >18 30
12.24.42 - Devices attached to wheelchairs to hold or carry objects
Products that are fixed to a wheelchair to carry one or more objects. Included are, e.g. pouches, baskets and cases that are attached to a wheelchair, cane and crutch holders, walker carriers. Foot-propelled tricycles and quadricycles, see >121806. Assistive products for transport for use with bicycles or wheelchairs, see >243615
12.24.42.S01 - bags
12.24.42.S02 - Walker carriers
12.24.45 - Devices to check surroundings of wheelchairs
Included are, e.g. rear view mirrors, cameras.
12.27 - Diverse human powered vehicles
Diverse motorized vehicles, see >12 17. Cycles, see >12 18. Manual wheelchairs, see >12 22. Powered wheelchairs, see >12 23
12.27.04 - Transportation chairs
Devices for short distance transportation of a person in a sitting position, propelled and controlled by an assistant. Included are, e.g. emergency evacuation chairs, transport chairs adapted for climbing or descending stairs. Push wheelchairs, see >122218
12.27.07 - Prams and buggies
Wheeled devices for carrying one or more person(s) in a lying or sitting position, designed to be propelled and steered by an assistant. Included are, e.g. prams and buggies for adults.
12.27.07.S01 - Push-chairs12.27.07.S01 - Push-chairs
12.27.10 - Sleds and sledges
Devices for conveying a person over ice and snow, mounted on runners with or without wheels. Included are, e.g. kick-sleds.
12.27.15 - Crawlers and mobility boards
Wheeled devices on which a person lies or sits and moves by pushing on the floor. with the arms or legs
12.27.15.S01 - Crawlers and mobility boards12.27.15.S01 - Crawlers and mobility boards
12.27.18 - Wheeled stretchers, pedal cars and playing carts
Wheeled stretchers are mobile platforms designed to transport a person in a lying position, they are manually propelled; pedal cars are small car-shaped vehicle. propelled by pedals; playing carts are wheeled toys for sitting on or in, to enable mobility.
12.27.18.S01 - Wheeled stretchers
12.27.18.S02 - Playing carts
12.27.24 - Manually powered stand-on mobility devices
Devices that are propelled by the occupant using the arms and are used in a standing position only. Unpowered scooters propelled by pushing with one foot, see >121812
12.31 - Assistive products for changing body position
Hoists to transfer person into or out of vehicles without wheelchair, see >121215. Assistive products for transferring person seated in wheelchair into or out of vehicles, see >121218. Assistive products for lifting persons, see >12 36. Supporting handrails and grab bars, see >18 18. Assistive products for vertical accessibility, see >18 30
12.31.03 - Assistive products for sliding and turning
Devices for changing position or direction of a person using sliding and turning. techniques. Included are, e.g. sliding boards, sliding mats, turning sheets, turning cushions.
12.31.03.S01 - Sliding boards12.31.03.S01 - Sliding boards
12.31.03.S02 - Sliding mattresses12.31.03.S02 - Sliding mattresses
12.31.06 - Turntables
Devices to assist a person to make a rotating movement where the feet are placed on the device when moving
12.31.06.S01 - Turntables12.31.06.S01 - Turntables
12.31.09 - Not mounted rails for self-lifting
Devices to support a person rising from a sitting or lying position (e.g. from a bed or chair). Rails for self-lifting to be fixed to beds, see >181228
12.31.09.S01 - Free-standing rails for self-lifting12.31.09.S01 - Free-standing rails for self-lifting
12.31.12 - Grip ladders
Devices, fixed at one end, for assisting a person to change his/her body position step by step
12.31.12.S01 - Rope ladders12.31.12.S01 - Rope ladders
12.31.15 - Lifting belts and harnesses
Devices for assisting a person to move another person manually
12.31.15.S01 - Sliding belts12.31.15.S01 - Sliding belts
12.31.18 - Carrying chairs, carrying harnesses and carrying baskets
Devices for moving a person from one place to another carried by one or more assistants
12.31.18.S01 - Carrying chairs, carrying harnesses and carrying baskets12.31.18.S01 - Carrying chairs, carrying harnesses and carrying baskets
12.31.21 - Transfer platforms
Devices for moving a standing person a short horizontal distance
12.31.24 - Lifting seats and lifting mattresses
Transfer equipment for lifting a person from the floor to e.g. a bed or to a sitting position wherefrom standing up may be possible. Assistive products for lifting persons, see >12 36
12.36 - Assistive products for lifting persons
Equipment for transferring by lifting and (re)positioning a person to enable an intended. activity. Hoists to transfer person into or out of vehicles without wheelchair, see >121215. Assistive products for transferring person seated in wheelchair into or out of vehicles, see >121218. Assistive products for vertical accessibility, see >18 30. Assistive products for hoisting and repositioning objects in workplaces, see >28 09
12.36.03 - Mobile hoists for transferring a person in sitting position with sling seats
Equipment for transferring by lifting and freely moving a person in a sitting, semi-sitting and semi-lying position; the body support unit consists of slings
12.36.03.S01 - Mobile hoists with sling seats12.36.03.S01 - Mobile hoists with sling seats
12.36.04 - Mobile hoists for transferring a person in standing position
Equipment for transferring and repositioning a person from a sitting position into an. upright standing position; the equipment can be moved around freely; the body support consists of slings, a foot support and leg or knee support
12.36.04.S01 - Standing mobile hoists12.36.04.S01 - Standing mobile hoists
12.36.06 - Mobile hoists for transferring a person in sitting position with solid seats
Equipment for transferring by lifting and freely moving a person in a sitting position; the body support unit consists of a solid seat, a spade seat or equivalent
12.36.06.S01 - Mobile hoists with solid seat12.36.06.S01 - Mobile hoists with solid seat
12.36.09 - Mobile hoists for transferring a person in lying position
Equipment for transferring by lifting and freely moving a person in a lying position; the body support unit is vertically adjustable but not horizontally revolving
12.36.09.S01 - Hoist trolleys12.36.09.S01 - Hoist trolleys
12.36.12 - Stationary hoists fixed to walls, floor or ceiling
Equipment for transferring by lifting and moving a person in an area limited by the system. Included are, e.g. lifts for swimming pools.
12.36.12.S01 - Hoists fixed to the ceiling12.36.12.S01 - Hoists fixed to the ceiling
12.36.12.S02 - Fixed hoists12.36.12.S02 - Fixed hoists
12.36.12.S03 - Hoists for pool
12.36.15 - Stationary hoists fixed to, or mounted in or on, another product
Equipment for transferring by lifting a person in an area limited by the system. Included are, e.g. bathtub hoists. Toilet seats inserts, see >091215. Toilet seats with built-in raising mechanism to assist standing up and sitting down, see >091221. Assistive products for transferring a person seated in wheelchair into or out of vehicles, see >121218. Bed lifts, see >181212
12.36.15.S01 - Hoists for bath12.36.15.S01 - Hoists for bath
12.36.18 - Stationary free-standing hoists
Equipment for transferring by lifting and moving a person in an area limited by the system
12.36.18.S01 - Stationary free-standing hoists12.36.18.S01 - Stationary free-standing hoists
Hoists mounted on a free standing frame
12.36.21 - Body support units for hoists
Devices for providing support to a person being lifted in a hoist. Included are, e.g. slings, seats, stretchers, toilet seats for mobile and stationary hoists. for transfer of persons. Assistive products for toileting, see >09 12
12.36.21.S01 - Slings for hoists12.36.21.S01 - Slings for hoists
12.39 - Assistive products for orientation
Devices for navigation, guidance, identification or recognizing the surrounding. environment. Tactile materials for floors and stairs, see >183315
12.39.03 - Tactile sticks or white canes
Devices for navigation or identification of the surroundings used by a person with a visual impairment. Walking sticks and canes, see >120303
12.39.03.S01 - Tactile (white) sticks12.39.03.S01 - Tactile (white) sticks
12.39.06 - Assistive products for electronic orientation
Electronic devices for guidance that provide information to determine the relative position in a certain area
12.39.06.S01 - Orientation aids12.39.06.S01 - Orientation aids
(Automatic translation) Electronic devices designed to provide visual, acoustic or tactile information or messages useful for orientation in the environment during the journey.
12.39.09 - Assistive products for acoustic navigation
Devices for guidance that produce a sound or a message to orientate a person with a visual impairment. Included are, e.g. sound beacons.
12.39.12 - Compasses
Devices for guidance that supply information on the north, east, south and west directions
12.39.15 - Tactile maps
Devices for guidance that enable orientation on a map by touch
12.39.15.S01 - Tactile maps12.39.15.S01 - Tactile maps
12.39.18 - Tactile orientation materials
Materials intended to supply information on orientation by touch. Included are, e.g. structured surfaces.
12.39.21 - Visual orientation materials
Materials intended to supply information on orientation through sight
12.39.21.S01 - Visual orientation materials
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