ISO 9999 - Subclass and Divisions
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12 07 Accessories for assistive products for walking
Products that fit over the bottom of walking sticks, canes or crutches or the ends of walking frame or rollator legs to enhance the stability of the walking aid.
Included are, e.g., tips with additional antislip material, tips for walking on ice, flexible tips.
Devices that aid a person to grasp securely a walking stick, cane, crutch, walking frame or rollator.
Included are, e.g., adjusted grips, grips with anti-slip material and grips of special material such as foam.
Grip adapters and attachments, see 24 18 06.
Products attached to a walking aid that support one or more parts of the user's body so that the user remains properly positioned while the aid is in use.
Included are, e.g., underarm supports, back supports, head supports and safety belts.
Assistive products for stabilization of the body, see 09 07 00.
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 00.
Seats that can be added to canes, walking frames, rollators and walking tables that can support the weight of the person using the walking aid.
Included are, e.g., foldable and non-foldable solid seats for rollators and sling seats for rollators and walking tables.
Included are, e.g., baskets, pouches, hooks, lay trays, tables, bags, holders for oxygen units, holders for umbrellas and holders for walking frames and rollators to carry walking sticks, canes or crutches.
Suspenders and fastening devices for urine collectors, see 09 27 13.
Devices to fix in place a walking stick, cane, crutch or walking frame or to park a rollator.
Included are, e.g., walking stick or cane holders attached to a table and parking brakes.
Devices attached to wheelchairs to hold or carry objects, see 12 24 42.
Products added to walking aids to assist the user to go in a desired direction and to control speed.
Included are, e.g., push bars, anti-swiveling wheels, devices to overcome thresholds and curbstones and continuous brakes.
Devices that can be added or attached to a rollator or walking frame to increase the walking aid's height.
Devices that can be attached to a walking aid to illuminate the walking aid's surroundings or to mark the position of the walking aid.
Included are, e.g., replacement wheels and replacement legs with wheels that can be added or attached to a walking frame to convert it to a rollator or added or attached to a rollator to provide wheels on legs not originally equipped with wheels.