Assistive products for measuring, supporting, training or replacing body functionsProducts that monitor or assess a persons medical condition, and products that support, or provide a substitute for, a specific body function. Excluded are assistive products used exclusively by healthcare professionals. Assistive products for education and for training in skills, see 05. Orthoses and prostheses, see 06. Assistive products for seeing, see 22 03. Assistive products for hearing, see 22 06.
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|04 03||Assistive products for respiration|
Equipment for assisting a person to breathe.
|04 06||Assistive products for circulation therapy|
Equipment for assisting circulation by passive or active compression.
|04 08||Assistive products for stimulating body control and conceptualization|
Garments that facilitate body posture and control or body conceptualization with even pressure.
|04 09||Assistive products for light therapy|
Light sources intended to treat medical conditions.
|04 19||Assistive products for administering medicines|
Assistive products to control the rate and quantity of medicines administered. Included are, e.g. devices that assist or help the introduction of liquid medicines directly into the body through the skin.
|04 24||Physical, physiological and biochemical test equipment and materials|
Measuring instruments for monitoring body condition.
|04 26||Assistive products for cognitive therapy|
Devices to assist in cognitive therapy, including doll therapy and memory stimulation therapy to support a person suffering from memory impairment.
Assistive products for increasing, decreasing or stabilizing body functions, through non-orthotic stimulators.
|04 30||Assistive products for heat treatment or cold treatment|
Devices to produce heat or cold for therapeutic purposes.
|04 33||Assistive products intended to manage tissue integrity|
Products to prevent pressure sores and decubitus ulcers.
|04 36||Assistive products for perceptual training|
Assistive products for training in the correct acquisition and mental processing of external stimuli (coming from sight, hearing and other senses).
|04 45||Assistive products for spinal traction|
Devices used to produce stretching of the spine.
|04 48||Equipment for movement, strength and balance training|
Exercise and ergometer cycles, assistive products for walking exercise, finger and hand exercise devices, weighted cuffs etc.