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ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions

Click on any subclass or division to see the types of assistive products that are classified under that classification.

09 06 Body-worn assistive products for body protection

Assistive products to manage tissue integrity, see 04 33 00.
Personal protective equipment for the workplace, see 28 24 03.

09 06 03 Assistive products for head protection

Headwear, see 09 03 09.

09 06 06 Assistive products for eye and face protection

Included are, e.g., moist chambers and watch-glass dressings.
Protective eyeglasses for light therapy, see 04 09 09.

09 06 09 Assistive products for ear protection or hearing protection

Assistive products for hearing, see 22 06 00.
Assistive products to reduce noise, see 27 03 09.

09 06 12 Assistive products for elbow protection or arm protection

Pads, cushions and other accessories for walking aids to prevent bruising or skin injury, see 12 07 18.

09 06 15 Assistive products for hand protection

Included are, e.g., wheelchair gloves.
Gloves and mittens, see 09 03 12.
Pads, cushions and other accessories for walking aids to prevent bruising or skin injury, see 12 07 18.

09 06 18 Assistive products for knee protection or leg protection

Included are, e.g., stockings for amputated legs (stump socks).
Stockings and socks, see 09 03 27.

09 06 21 Assistive products for heel protection, toe protection or foot protection

Shoes and boots, see 09 03 42.

09 06 24 Assistive products for trunk protection or protection of the whole body

Included are, e.g., trousers and underwear with built in protection to prevent a fracture when falling.

09 06 27 Assistive products for airway protection

Devices to protect the respiratory tract from harmful external influences.
Assistive products for tracheostomy care, see 09 15 00.

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