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ISO 9999 - Division and Related AbleData Product Types

12 24 30 Occupant restraint systems for wheelchairs

Devices used when seated in a wheelchair to prevent the occupant from sliding or falling out.
Included are, e.g., belts, harnesses and vests.

AbleData Product Categories

  1. Leg Strap ( Therapeutic Aids: Positioning: Limb Positioners )
  2. Pelvic Restraint ( Health Care: Restraints: Body Restraints )
  3. Positioning Pad ( Seating: Seating Systems: Seating Systems General )
  4. Safety Bar Restraint ( Health Care: Restraints: Body Restraints )
  5. Travel Chair Restraint System ( Vehicle Accessories: Van Accessories: Van Accessories General )
  6. Travel Chair Restraint System ( Transportation: Transportation Safety Equipment )
  7. Vest Restraint ( Health Care: Restraints: Body Restraints )
  8. Wheelchair Seat Belt ( Seating: Seating Systems: Pelvic Supports )
  9. Wheelchair Seat Belt ( Health Care: Restraints: Body Restraints )
  10. Wheelchair Seat Belt ( Wheeled Mobility: Wheelchair Accessories: Wheelchair Accessories General )
  11. Wheelchair Seat Belt Accessory ( Wheeled Mobility: Wheelchair Accessories: Wheelchair Accessories General )
  12. Wheelchair Seat Belt Accessory ( Seating: Seating Systems: Pelvic Supports )

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