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|• (FDA Code: FOB / 880.6730)|
A body waste receptacle is a device intended for medical purposes that is not attached to the body and that is used to collect the body wastes of a bed patient.
|• (FDA Code: IQK / 890.3490)|
A truncal orthosis is a device intended for medical purposes to support or to immobilize fractures, strains, or sprains of the neck or trunk of the body. Examples of truncal orthoses are the following: Abdominal, cervical, cervical-thoracic, lumbar, lumbo-sacral, rib fracture, sacroiliac, and thoracic orthoses and clavicle splints.
|• (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.
|• (FDA Code: INP / 890.3790)|
Cane, crutch, and walker tips and pads are rubber (or rubber substitute) device accessories intended for medical purposes that are applied to the ground end of mobility aids to prevent skidding or that are applied to the body contact area of the device for comfort or as an aid in using an ambulatory assist device.
|• (FDA Code: ILS / 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.
|• (FDA Code: ILD / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: ILC / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: ISA / 890.5660)|
A therapeutic massager is an electrically powered device intended for medical purposes, such as to relieve minor muscle aches and pains.
|• (FDA Code: ILH / 890.3475)|
A limb orthosis (brace) is a device intended for medical purposes that is worn on the upper or lower extremities to support, to correct, or to prevent deformities or to align body structures for functional improvement. Examples of limb orthoses include the following: A whole limb and joint brace, a hand splint, an elastic stocking, a knee cage, and a corrective shoe.
|• (FDA Code: IPS / 890.3075)|
A cane is a device intended for medical purposes that is used to provide minimal weight support while walking. Examples of canes include the following: A standard cane, a forearm cane, and a cane with a tripod, quad, or retractable stud on the ground end.
|• (FDA Code: IKW / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: FOX / 880.6990)|
The infusion stand is a stationary or movable stand intended to hold infusion liquids, infusion accessories, and other medical devices.
|• (FDA Code: IQI / 890.3475)|
|• (FDA Code: HJF / 886.5540)|
A low-vision magnifier is a device that consists of a magnifying lens intended for use by a patient who has impaired vision. The device may be held in the hand or attached to spectacles.
|• (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.
|• (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.
|• (FDA Code: NXQ / 890.5050)|
|• (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.
|• (FDA Code: KQW / 888.1520)|
A nonpowered goniometer is a mechanical device intended for medical purposes to measure the range of motion of joints.
|• (FDA Code: OHY / 880.6430)|
A Liquid medication dispenser is a device intended for medical purposes that is used to issue a measured amount of liquid medication.
|• (FDA Code: ILT / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: KHY / 890.3075)|
|• (FDA Code: NXB / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: HSS / 888.5890)|
A noninvasive traction component is a device, such as a head halter, pelvic belt, or a traction splint, that does not penetrate the skin and is intended to assist in connecting a patient to a traction apparatus so that a therapeutic pulling force may be applied to the patient's body.
|• (FDA Code: IKX / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: IKX / 890.5050)|
|• (FDA Code: FNP / 880.6730)|
|• (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.
|• (FDA Code: IMR / 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.
|• (FDA Code: IQB / 890.3920)|
|• (FDA Code: IMN / 890.3920)|
|• (FDA Code: IMP / 890.3920)|
|• (FDA Code: IMW / 890.3920)|