Transfer technique for persons with tetraplegia
Transfer technique for persons with high tetraplegia
A simple custom modification to hold, insert, and empty the microlax tube – suitable for persons with impaired hand function
Zipper with loop on the inseam of the trousers facilitates draining the urine bag – suitable for persons with impaired hand function
Toilet seat that facilitates bathroom visits and personal hygiene for persons with impaired hand function
Soft seat on shower chair facilitates transfers for wheelchair users.
Soft seat – suitable for persons with loss of sensation
Reinforced water reservoir extends life span of toilet chair used by persons who drive a wheelchair and have poor balance
Hook that holds trousers out of the way while draining the bladder
A technique for intermittent catheterization without having to touch the catheter, which provides better hygiene.
The urination hook is an assistive device for persons with compromised arm/hand function who have to relieve themselves intermittently
By attaching the urine tube to a holder and modifying the valve a person with highly impaired hand function can drain the bladder without assistance
Toilet seat – customized wheelchair seat, facilitates bathroom visits when traveling.
An elevated toilet seat makes it easier for wheelchair users to transfer to and from the toilet.
Individually adapted forceps – an assistive device to enable persons with impaired hand function to take care of bowel management without assistance
A bowel management method for persons with spinal cord injuries
Independent draining of urine while sitting on toilet chair
Independent drainage of urine while sitting in wheelchair
Emptying the microlax tube with two hands – a technique for persons with impaired hand function
Independent emptying of urine bag with adapted attachment strap
A custom-designed opener together with adapted attachment strap (see associated tip) make it possible for a user with impaired hand function to independently drain the urine bag
The ‘urination hook’ is an assistive device for persons with compromised arm/hand function who performe intermittent self-catheterisation (ISC).
Practical portable open storage unit in bathroom
With a customized syringe a person with impaired hand function can self-administer microlax
Independent emptying of bowel for quadriplegics with impaired hand function
Tailor-style position on toilet makes it possible for a quadriplegic to take care of bowel management independently
The mirror makes it easy for a quadriplegic to take care of bowel management independently
Shower and hygienic chair with customized armrest, suitable for persons with extensive disabilities
Small folding travel shower chair on casters – large and tall people do not sit well on it
Folding raised toilet seat used as toilet chair while traveling