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Invacare Top End

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Web: http://www.topendwheelchair.com
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Address: 4501 63rd Circle North, Pinellas Park, Florida 33781-5914, USA
Phone: +1-(727)-522-8677, 800-532-8677 | Map/Directions >>
 
 

Profile: Invacare Top End specializes in sport specific wheel chairs. We design wheel chairs for basketball, quad rugby and tennis. Our chairs are custom built to exact specifications for fit, function and performances. The every day wheel chairs include top end crossfire T6A, top end crossfire titanium, top end crossfire T6, top end terminator titanium and top end terminator. The modular T6A offers rear seat-to-floor adjustability utilizing an independent seat frame that will not affect the front caster angle, saving time and reducing chair maintenance. It has no-charge features that include folding lock-down back, breathable mesh adjustable back upholstery, wheels and color anodizing options. The top end crossfire titanium is the rigid custom manual wheelchair. The ergonomic seat option provides a built-in spot that promotes a neutral pelvic position for good posture, as well as better pressure distribution for those with impaired trunk control. The Q.2G quad rugby chair model has offensive wing, bumper and integral aluminum push rims with welded aluminum spoke guards. Our top end eliminator OSR racing wheelchair offers stability and aerodynamics. The excelerator and XLT hand cycle models has low maintenance 7 speed hub with reverse hands-on braking features. Our wheelchairs are also used in the hospitals.

The company was founded in 1986. NYSE:IVC (SEC Filings)

FDA Registration Number: 1056571

49 Products/Services (Click for related suppliers)  
• Ac-Powered Patient Lifts (FDA Code: FNG / 880.5500)
An AC-powered lift is an electrically powered device either fixed or mobile, used to lift and transport patients in the horizontal or other required position from one place to another, as from a bed to a bath. The device includes straps and slings to support the patient.
• Adjustable Home-Use Therapeutic Bed (FDA Code: LLI / 880.5100)
An AC-powered adjustable hospital bed is a device intended for medical purposes that consists of a bed with a built-in electric motor and remote controls that can be operated by the patient to adjust the height and surface contour of the bed. The device includes movable and latchable side rails.
• Adjustable Hospital AC-Powered Beds (FDA Code: FNL / 880.5100)
• Adjustable Wheelchairs
• Air Flotation Mattress (FDA Code: FNM / 880.5550)
An alternating pressure air flotation mattress is a device intended for medical purposes that consists of a mattress with multiple air cells that can be filled and emptied in an alternating pattern by an associated control unit to provide regular, frequent, and automatic changes in the distribution of body pressure. The device is used to prevent and treat decubitus ulcers (bed sores).
• All Terrain Wheelchairs
• Alternating Pressure Air Flotation Mattress (FDA Code: FNM / 880.5550)
• Basketball Wheelchairs
• Chair with Casters (FDA Code: INM / 890.3100)
A mechanical chair is a manually operated device intended for medical purposes that is used to assist a disabled person in performing an activity that the person would otherwise find difficult to do or be unable to do. Examples of mechanical chairs include the following: A chair with an elevating seat used to raise a person from a sitting position to a standing position and a chair with casters used by a person to move from one place to another while sitting.
• Closed-Circuit Television Reading System (FDA Code: HJG / 886.5820)
A closed-circuit television reading system is a device that consists of a lens, video camera, and video monitor that is intended for use by a patient who has subnormal vision to magnify reading material.
• Crutch (FDA Code: IPR / 890.3150)
A crutch is a device intended for medical purposes for use by disabled persons to provide minimal to moderate weight support while walking.
• Direct Patient Interface Nebulizer (FDA Code: CAF / 868.5630)
A nebulizer is a device intended to spray liquids in aerosol form into gases that are delivered directly to the patient for breathing. Heated, ultrasonic, gas, venturi, and refillable nebulizers are included in this generic type of device.
• Direct Patient Interface Respiratory Gas Humidifier (FDA Code: BTT / 868.5450)
A respiratory gas humidifier is a device that is intended to add moisture to, and sometimes to warm, the breathing gases for administration to a patient. Cascade, gas, heated, and prefilled humidifiers are included in this generic type of device.
• Disabled/Handicapped Manual Wheelchair (FDA Code: IOR / 890.3850)
A mechanical wheelchair is a manually operated device with wheels that is intended for medical purposes to provide mobility to persons restricted to a sitting position.
• Electric Position Chair (FDA Code: INO / 890.3110)
An electric positioning chair is a device with a motorized positioning control that is intended for medical purposes and that can be adjusted to various positions. The device is used to provide stability for patients with athetosis (involuntary spasms) and to alter postural positions.
• Gaseous Phase Oxygen Gas Analyzer (FDA Code: CCL / 868.1720)
An oxygen gas analyzer is a device intended to measure the concentration of oxygen in respiratory gases by techniques such as mass spectrometry, polarography, thermal conductivity, or gas chromatography. This generic type of device also includes paramagnetic analyzers.
• Hand Cycles
• Hydro-Massage Bath (FDA Code: ILJ / 890.5100)
An immersion hydrobath is a device intended for medical purposes that consists of water agitators and that may include a tub to be filled with water. The water temperature may be measured by a gauge. It is used in hydrotherapy to relieve pain and itching and as an aid in the healing process of inflamed and traumatized tissue, and it serves as a setting for removal of contaminated tissue.
• Manual Beds (FDA Code: FNJ / 880.5120)
A manual adjustable hospital bed is a device intended for medical purposes that consists of a bed with a manual mechanism operated by an attendant to adjust the height and surface contour of the bed. The device includes movable and latchable side rails.
• Mechanical Adjustable Chair (FDA Code: INN / 890.3100)
• Mechanical Walker (FDA Code: ITJ / 890.3825)
A mechanical walker is a four-legged device with a metal frame intended for medical purposes to provide moderate weight support while walking. It is used by disabled persons who lack strength, good balance, or endurance.
• Mechanical Wheelchair (FDA Code: IOR / 890.3850)
• Medical Chair and Table (FDA Code: KMN / 880.6140)
A medical chair or table is a device intended for medical purposes that consists of a chair or table without wheels and not electrically powered which, by reason of special shape or attachments, such as food trays or headrests, or special features such as a built-in raising and lowering mechanism or removable arms, is intended for use of blood donors, geriatric patients, or patients undergoing treatment or examination.
• Non AC-Powered Patient Lift (FDA Code: FSA / 880.5510)
A non-AC-powered patient lift is a hydraulic, battery, or mechanically powered device, either fixed or mobile, used to lift and transport a patient in the horizontal or other required position from one place to another, as from a bed to a bath. The device includes straps and a sling to support the patient.
• Non-Continuous Ventilator/Respirator (FDA Code: BZD / 868.5905)
A noncontinuous ventilator (intermittent positive pressure breathing-IPPB) is a device intended to deliver intermittently an aerosol to a patient's lungs or to assist a patient's breathing.
• Non-Measuring Exerciser (FDA Code: ION / 890.5370)
Nonmeasuring exercise equipment consist of devices intended for medical purposes, such as to redevelop muscles or restore motion to joints or for use as an adjunct treatment for obesity. Examples include a prone scooter board, parallel bars, a mechanical treadmill, an exercise table, and a manually propelled exercise bicycle.
• Non-Powered Flotation Therapy Mattress (FDA Code: IKY / 880.5150)
A nonpowered flotation therapy mattress is a mattress intended for medical purposes which contains air, fluid, or other materials that have the functionally equivalent effect of supporting a patient and avoiding excess pressure on local body areas. The device is intended to treat or prevent decubitus ulcers (bed sores).
• Oxygen Conserver (FDA Code: NFB / 868.5905)
• Oxygen Masks (FDA Code: BYG / 868.5580)
An oxygen mask is a device placed over a patient's nose, mouth, or tracheostomy to administer oxygen or aerosols.
• Patient Lifters (FDA Code: FNG / 880.5500)
• Patient Lifts and Accessories (FDA Code: FNG / 880.5500)
• Portable Oxygen Generator (FDA Code: CAW / 868.5440)
A portable oxygen generator is a device that is intended to release oxygen for respiratory therapy by means of either a chemical reaction or physical means (e.g., a molecular sieve).
• Powered Communication System (FDA Code: ILQ / 890.3710)
A powered communication system is an AC- or battery-powered device intended for medical purposes that is used to transmit or receive information. It is used by persons unable to use normal communication methods because of physical impairment. Examples of powered communication systems include the following: a specialized typewriter, a reading machine, and a video picture and word screen.
• Powered Wheelchair (FDA Code: ITI / 890.3860)
A powered wheelchair is a battery-operated device with wheels that is intended for medical purposes to provide mobility to persons restricted to a sitting position.
• Pressure Tubing and Accessories (FDA Code: BYX / 868.5860)
Pressure tubing and accessories are flexible or rigid devices intended to deliver pressurized medical gases.
• Racing Wheelchairs
• Rugby Wheelchairs
• Sport Wheelchairs
• Sports Wheel Chair
• Table Tennis Wheelchairs
• Tennis Wheelchairs
• Titanium Wheelchairs
• Transfer Aid (FDA Code: IKX / 890.5050)
A daily activity assist device is a modified adaptor or utensil (e.g., a dressing, grooming, recreational activity, transfer, eating, or homemaking aid) that is intended for medical purposes to assist a patient to perform a specific function.
• Transfer Aid for Disabled/Handicapped (FDA Code: IKX / 890.5050)
• Wheelchair Accessories (FDA Code: KNO / 890.3910)
A wheelchair accessory is a device intended for medical purposes that is sold separately from a wheelchair and is intended to meet the specific needs of a patient who uses a wheelchair. Examples of wheelchair accessories include but are not limited to the following: armboard, lapboard, pusher cuff, crutch and cane holder, overhead suspension sling, head and trunk support, and blanket and leg rest strap.
• Wheelchair Board (FDA Code: IMX / 890.3910)
• Wheelchair Component (FDA Code: KNN / 890.3920)
A wheelchair component is a device intended for medical purposes that is generally sold as an integral part of a wheelchair, but may also be sold separately as a replacement part. Examples of wheelchair components are the following: Armrest, narrowing attachment, belt, extension brake, curb climber, cushion, antitip device, footrest, handrim, hill holder, leg rest, heel loops, and toe loops.
• Wheelchair Cushions (FDA Code: IMP / 890.3920)
• Wheelchair Elevator (FDA Code: ING / 890.3930)
A wheelchair elevator is a motorized lift device intended for medical purposes to provide a means for a disabled person to move a wheelchair from one level to another.

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