Assistive products for toiletingAssistive products to facilitate toiletting activities. Urine chutes, see 09 24 12. Non-body-worn urinals and urine bottles, see 09 27 09. Bidets, see 09 33 18. Supporting handrails and grab bars, see 18 18.
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Chairs, with or without castors, with a collection receptacle used for toileting away from the bathroom.
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Included are, e.g. raised or height adjustable toilets, toilets with built-in douche and air dryers.
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Seats attached to the toilet bowl or commode chair to provide stability and comfort.
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Devices to keep bodily substances from splashing outside the toilet bowl.
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Raised toilet seats (separate) standing on floor, where the seat can easily be removed from the toilet bowl.
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Raised toilet seats (loose attachments) placed directly on the toilet bowl/toilet seat.
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Devices permanently fixed on to a toilet bowl to increase the height of the seat.
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Toilet seats that have a built-in lifting mechanism to help a person to sit down on and get up from the toilet.
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Devices mounted on the toilet that provide support getting on or off the toilet.
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Free-standing frames with two armrests.
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Devices for holding toilet paper and facilitating bottom wiping.
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Devices for holding toilet paper in an accessible position.
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Containers for collecting bodily waste matter, enabling a person to urinate and defecate while, e.g. in bed.
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Devices attached to a toilet to provide a water spray with or without air blowing afterwards to wash, and possibly dry, a persons bottom while sitting on the toilet.
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Padds specially designed for toilet seats and commode chair seats for better comfort and distribution of pressure.