Assistive products for self-care activities and participation in self-careE.g., products for washing and drying oneself, caring for ones body, dressing and protecting ones body, assistive products for tracheostomy, ostomy and incontinence care and for sexual activities. Assistive products for eating and drinking, see 15 09.
Included are, e.g. clothes and shoes for babies and children.
Equipment to prevent injury to parts of the body.
Included are, e.g., seatbelts, belts and harnesses.
Equipment to assist when putting on or taking off clothes and shoes.
Commode chairs, raised toilet seats, toilet paper tongs, bedpans, douches and air dryers for attachment to a toilet, toilet splash guards etc.
Devices used in connection with breathing through an artificial opening in the windpipe.
Devices related to the collection of bodily waste matter through an artificial opening in the intestines or the urinary tract (stoma) or through a fistula.
Substances used to cleanse and protect the skin from injury from a variety of sources, including infections and the use of adhesives.
Devices for draining away urine.
Urine collection bags, urine collectors and connecting units (tubes, connectors, valves).
Devices used for absorbing discharge of urine from the bladder and faecal matter from the rectum.
Assistive devices for compression of the urethra, incontinence alarms etc.
Bathing stools,bathing stretchers, bath tubs, assistive products for drying oneself and for floating etc.
Devices to assist in the care of hands, fingernails, feet, toes and toenails.
Devices for washing and styling hair.
Dentures brushes and holders.
Devices used to assist when applying cosmetics or skin care products to the face or to perform other types of facial grooming, including mirrors.
Assistive products for enhancing physical ability or mobility in sexual activities.