Hjälpmedel för personer med funktionsnedsättning

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 344 (Hjälpmedel)
Källa: CEN
Svarsdatum: den 25 aug 2020
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This part of ISO 11199 specifies requirements and test methods of walking frames being used as assistive products for walking, manipulated by both arms, without accessories, unless specified in the particular test procedure. This part of ISO 11199 also gives requirements relating to safety, ergonomics, performance and information supplied by the manufacturer including marking and labelling.

The requirements and tests are based on every-day use of walking frames as assistive products for walking for a maximum user mass as specified by the manufacturer. This part of ISO 11199 includes walking frames specified for a user mass of no less than 35 kg.

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 344 (Hjälpmedel)
Källa: CEN
Svarsdatum: den 25 aug 2020
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This part of ISO 11199 specifies requirements and test methods of rollators being used as assistive products for walking with wheels, manipulated by both arms, without accessories, unless specified in the particular test procedure. This part of ISO 11199 also gives requirements relating to safety, ergonomics, performance and information supplied by the manufacturer including marking and labelling.

The requirements and tests are based on every-day use of rollators as assistive products for walking for a maximum user mass as specified by the manufacturer. This part of ISO 11199 includes rollators specified for a user mass of no less than 35 kg.

This part of ISO 11199 is not applicable to rollators with horizontal forearm supports, classified as walking tables, for which ISO 11199-3 is applicable.

Kommittébeteckning: SIS/TK 344 (Hjälpmedel)
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Svarsdatum: den 28 aug 2020
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This International Standard establishes a classification and terminology of assistive products, especially produced or generally available, for persons with disability.

Assistive products used by a person with disability, but which require the assistance of another person for their operation, are included in the classification.

The following items are specifically excluded from this International Standard:

— items used for the installation of assistive products;

— solutions obtained by combinations of assistive products that are individually classified in this International Standard;

— medicines;

— assistive products and instruments used exclusively by healthcare professionals or by teachers;

— non-technical solutions, such as personal assistance, guide dogs or lip-reading;

— implanted devices;

— financial support.