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 walking aid; Body-worn assistive products for body protection, see 09 06
Chairs with adjustable backrest, adjustable seat and gas spring operated height adjustment. Without brakes. Four or more legs with or without wheels.
Tube-like elastic bandages for reducing or preventing swelling in the legs caused by circulation problems.
Included are, e.g., potato brushes, potato peelers (manual and electric), potato holders and coring knives.
Devices to assist in cognitive therapy, including doll therapy and memory stimulation therapy to aid people suffering from memory impairment; Included are, e.g., dolls intended for therapeutic use and therapeutic robots.
Containers from which food and drink are served and the utensils used for this action; Included are, e.g., heated serving dishes and vacuum flasks.
Blankets for stimulation of the senses and for calming anxiety.
Baskets and bags to be mounted on rollators for transporting e.g. groceries.
Also known as baths; Included are, e.g., portable and folding bathtubs.