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Rolling Shower Chairs - 0 views

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    Rolling Toilet Chair in Chromed steel frame, Flip-up long padded armrest. Its 5" front and rear castor with locking system, Swing-away and detachable footrest and backrest easily removable.
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Wheelchair Detachable Armrest - 0 views

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    Detachable Wheelchair comes equipped with detachable and reversible desk arms and swing-away footrests. It also features dual axle positions for quick seat height conversions and flame retardant black vinyl upholstery.Detachable Wheelchair folding with hard seat, Detachable armrest, adjustable footrest, 15cm castor in front, 31cm wheel at rear with brakes. This chair can be used for outdoor-traveling purpose. Features- Removable, swing away, padded elevating legrests Dual rear wheel axle position Dual position front caster forks Anti-tippers available on some models Flame-retardant Upholstery resists mildew, bacteria, and changes due to cracking from extreme cold or UV damage Heavy duty liners in the back and seat prevents fabric from stretching Compatible with the leading manufacturers parts and accessories Limited lifetime warranty on the frame Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
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    Wheelchairs is designed for those who prefer a removable armrest wheelchair. A removable armrest allows for easy patient transfer in and out of the chair.This chair is available in a different seat width and comes complete with swingaway footrests. It also incorporates solid rubber casters for a smooth and easy roll. Both detachable and flip-back arms are designed for easier lateral transfers. Most Wheelchairs in this category have Desk-Length arms, a shorter arm that allows rolling up to a desk or table. All are folding-frame chairs and are available in different seat widths. Detachable armrest for use in conjunction with wheelchairs. The armrest is comprised of a horizontal member supported at one end by a vertical member. The horizontal and vertical members are releasably attached to the wheelchair frame, and the attachment of the horizontal member to the wheelchair frame allows rotation of the horizontal member from the normal position to a position of non-use behind the back of the wheelchair. Wheelchairs - Arm Rests: The armrests support the arms and shoulders in comfortable positions and are often used to push off of for transferring from sitting to standing or held on to for balance. Desk-length armrests are shorter than standard length rests and are often chosen so that a person can pull up to a desk or table for easier access. The shorter length of these armrests is undesirable if the wheelchair user needs to use them to assist pushing into a standing position. In this case a full-length armrest would be preferred. Wheelchairs - Footrests: The footrest and legrest support protect the lower leg and feet. If they are too high they decrease the weight carried through the back of the thighs and can cause increased pressure over the buttock region. If they are two low they can cause pressure over the posterior thighs and cause problems with clearing barriers in the environment such as incline transitions. The suggested height of the footrest from th
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Tummy Trimmer Abdominal Belt Supports - 0 views

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    Tynor Tummy Trimmer or Abdominal Belt Tummy Trimmer/Abdominal belt supports and compresses the abdominal muscles for waist line reduction and is used as a post operative or post delivery aid. Perfect elasticity. Breathable materials. Dermophillic. No rolling over, no buckling. Tynor Tummy Trimmer or Abdominal Belt Features Extra porous three panel webbing improves ventilation and comfort of the patient. Broad hook and loop tape panel offers better holding and size adjustability. Optimal compression, tones up abdominal muscles following surgery, CS or delivery. Optimal compression binds surgical incisions of abdomen & chest, improves healing. Holds the incision, provide analgesic effect during sudden movements or coughing. Special nylon reeves prevent rolling over of belt. Can be used in ventral hernia. Tynor Tummy Trimmer or Abdominal Belt Measurements Tummy Trimmer / Abdominal Belt 8 Measure circumference around the waist immediately below the navel.
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Tynor Rib Belt - 0 views

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    Tynor Leg Traction Brace is basically designed to provide traction to the leg. It works well even on the weak or geriatric skin. It ensures proper compression of the leg and provides traction. It is made of three layered polyurethane fabric which makes it soft and comfortable to use. The innermost layer gives the required friction for faster recovery. It is augmented with hook and loop closures to make it convenient to put on and remove. It does not require any adhesion. It provides cushion like support to the leg and relieves it from pain. It also prevents the bone from getting fractured and any muscle pull. It does not cause any peeling of skin and any rash or allergy on skin. It distributes the pressure exerted on the leg evenly. Tynor Leg Traction Brace Leg traction brace is a traction halter applied to the leg for below knee traction. It offers a distinct advantage of a very large holding surface area, ease of application and removal, reuse and patient comfort. Easy application & removal. Can be used for geriatric/ weak skin. Ideal for sensitive skins. Easy monitoring. Distributes pressure evenly. Tynor Leg Traction Brace Features Three-layered PU bonded fabric offers: Soft feel and plush looks through the top layer. Comfortable cushioning through the middle Polyurethane layer. Inner layer provides good frictional characteristics. Multiple hook loop closures Ensure controlled compression. Easy application and removal No loosening, less monitoring Large skin contact area Ensures no vaso-constriction. Eliminates need of an adhesive. Convenient and quick to apply Ensures no skin peeling. Ideal for weak or geriatric skins Tynor Rib Belt Rib belt is applied to the thoracic and upper abdominal region to compress and bind the rib cage during rib fractures and postoperative care, while allowing sufficient flexibility for comfortable breathing. Extra porous. With splinting pad. No buckling or rolling over. Controlled compression
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Child Care with Cerebral Palsy - 0 views

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    Cerebral palsy-also known as CP-is a condition caused by injury to the parts of the brain that control our ability to use our muscles and bodies. Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with using the muscles. Often the injury happens before birth, sometimes during delivery, or soon after being born. Physical symptoms typically appear in the first few years of life. Cerebral Palsy are frequently slow to reach developmental milestones such as learning to roll over, sit, crawl, smile, or walk. Cerebral Palsy occurs in 1 in every 300 children (Source: Center for Disease Control). Cerebral Palsy is a condition that effects the brain and nervous system and can cause many different symptoms ranging from extremely mild to extremely severe. There are different kinds of CP: spastic, dyskinetic, ataxic, hypotonic, and mixed. We believe Sadie is spastic. Cerebral palsy (CP) children can also have learning problems, speech, problems with hearing or seeing (called sensory problems), intellectual differences, and behavioral or emotional challenges. Cerebral palsy does not always cause serious disabilities. Usually, the greater the injury to the brain, the more severe the CP. Cerebral Palsy (CP) can be mild, moderate, or severe. Mild CP may mean a child is clumsy. Moderate CP may mean the child walks with a limp. He or she may need a special leg brace or a cane. More severe CP can affect all parts of a child's physical abilities.Child with moderate or severe CP may have to use a wheelchair and other special equipment. Cerebral palsy is caused by damage or abnormal development to parts of the brain responsible for controlling muscles and movement. The damage or abnormal growth usually occurs before, during or shortly after birth. Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive but ever changing condition; children with cerebral palsy will have high, low or fluctuating tone in their muscles depending on the level and extent of damage t
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Child Care with Cerebral Palsy - 0 views

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    Cerebral palsy-also known as CP-is a condition caused by injury to the parts of the brain that control our ability to use our muscles and bodies. Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with using the muscles. Often the injury happens before birth, sometimes during delivery, or soon after being born. Physical symptoms typically appear in the first few years of life. Cerebral Palsy are frequently slow to reach developmental milestones such as learning to roll over, sit, crawl, smile, or walk. Cerebral Palsy occurs in 1 in every 300 children (Source: Center for Disease Control). Cerebral Palsy is a condition that effects the brain and nervous system and can cause many different symptoms ranging from extremely mild to extremely severe. There are different kinds of CP: spastic, dyskinetic, ataxic, hypotonic, and mixed. We believe Sadie is spastic. Cerebral palsy (CP) children can also have learning problems, speech, problems with hearing or seeing (called sensory problems), intellectual differences, and behavioral or emotional challenges. Cerebral palsy does not always cause serious disabilities. Usually, the greater the injury to the brain, the more severe the CP. Cerebral Palsy (CP) can be mild, moderate, or severe. Mild CP may mean a child is clumsy. Moderate CP may mean the child walks with a limp. He or she may need a special leg brace or a cane. More severe CP can affect all parts of a child's physical abilities.Child with moderate or severe CP may have to use a wheelchair and other special equipment. Cerebral palsy is caused by damage or abnormal development to parts of the brain responsible for controlling muscles and movement. The damage or abnormal growth usually occurs before, during or shortly after birth. Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive but ever changing condition; children with cerebral palsy will have high, low or fluctuating tone in their muscles depending on the level and extent of damage to
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Child Care with Cerebral Palsy - 0 views

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    Cerebral palsy-also known as CP-is a condition caused by injury to the parts of the brain that control our ability to use our muscles and bodies. Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with using the muscles. Often the injury happens before birth, sometimes during delivery, or soon after being born. Physical symptoms typically appear in the first few years of life. Cerebral Palsy are frequently slow to reach developmental milestones such as learning to roll over, sit, crawl, smile, or walk. Cerebral Palsy occurs in 1 in every 300 children (Source: Center for Disease Control). Cerebral Palsy is a condition that effects the brain and nervous system and can cause many different symptoms ranging from extremely mild to extremely severe. There are different kinds of CP: spastic, dyskinetic, ataxic, hypotonic, and mixed. We believe Sadie is spastic. Cerebral palsy (CP) children can also have learning problems, speech, problems with hearing or seeing (called sensory problems), intellectual differences, and behavioral or emotional challenges. Cerebral palsy does not always cause serious disabilities. Usually, the greater the injury to the brain, the more severe the CP. Cerebral Palsy (CP) can be mild, moderate, or severe. Mild CP may mean a child is clumsy. Moderate CP may mean the child walks with a limp. He or she may need a special leg brace or a cane. More severe CP can affect all parts of a child's physical abilities.Child with moderate or severe CP may have to use a wheelchair and other special equipment. Cerebral palsy is caused by damage or abnormal development to parts of the brain responsible for controlling muscles and movement. The damage or abnormal growth usually occurs before, during or shortly after birth. Cerebral palsy is a non-progressive but ever changing condition; children with cerebral palsy will have high, low or fluctuating tone in their muscles depending on the level and extent of damage to
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Vissco Elastic Knee Support for Runners Includes Athletic Tape - 0 views

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    Vissco Elastic Knee Support for Runners Includes Athletic Tape Running involves the constant movement and bending of the knees. As your foot hits the ground, if it is not placed correctly, it could cause your muscles to react by tensing up in response from the improper placement. In addition, if you misstep, you may trip and fall down, causing injury to your legs, knees, and other areas of your body. Tape is not the only type of knee support available. There are also braces and pads that you might use. However, while these products are well suited to provide protection after receiving an injury, they tend to get in your way and hamper your range of motion as you run. Athletic tape, more specifically elastic sports tape on the other hand, adheres directly to your skin and is elastic, so it bends and moves without any restrictions. Because it simulates an extension of your skin, it creates additional support and strength to your knees. Vissco Elastic Knee Support Muscle or Ligament strains can be really bothersome, especially at the knee joint. We often over-work our knees in strenuous physical activities and then suffer from inflammations or strains. You might want to pick up our elastic tubular knee cap. It provides compression, warmth and improves blood flow to the soft tissue areas surrounding the joint. Its lightweight, breathable and comfortable ensuring it's worn more often, thus improving its therapeutic results. The cotton knitted fabric releases sweat and permit airflow, which its ergonomic design ensures a two way stretch. WHEN TO USE Osteoarthritis Knee Overuse due to physical activities Post-surgery or post-arthroscopy Muscle and Ligament Strains Bursitis Vissco Elastic Knee Support Features Skin Friendly Easy Breathe Soft Support 4 Way Stretch Anti-Fungal Tubular Ankle Support Having an ankle injury or sprain can really render you immobile. The Tubular Ankle Support provides compression, warmth and increase blood flow offeri
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Abdominal Support Belt - 0 views

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    Tynor Abdominal Support Abdominal support is a compression belt to support the abdomen and compress the abdominal muscles. Its used as a post operative aid, by mothers after delivery and for waist line reduction. Pleasant aesthetics. Flexible sizing. Thin construction. Single panel of elastic. Tynor Abdominal Support Features Light weight and thin construction, does not peep through the clothes improves patient compliance. Extra porous webbing improves ventilation and comfort of the patient. Broad hook and loop tape panel offers better holding and size adjust-ability. Optimal compression, tones up abdominal muscles following surgery, CS or delivery. Special nylon reeves prevent rolling over of belt. Tynor Abdominal Support Measurements Abdominal Support 9 Measure circumference around the waist immediately below the navel.
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Toilet Commode Chair‎ on wheels - 0 views

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    reclining commode wheelchair is one of the multipurpose chairs which boast of features like reclining, inbuilt commode, customized armrest and footrest and foldable nature of the chair.
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Karma Reclining Wheelchair KM 5000 with leg supports & footplates - 0 views

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    The karma reclining wheelchair km-5000 Transport Wheelchair is an ultra lightweight folding aluminum reclining wheelchair. With full length padded armrests, an adjustable height head pillow, and more this wheelchair has added comfort for any user. This chair also features swing-away elevating footrests and adjustable length leg supports and footplates. With a weight of 33 Lbs this chair can be transported with ease.
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A Friendly Tricycle For Disabled People - 0 views

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    A tricycle for special needs is made so can go along for the ride in wheelchair or sitting in a special seat, both of which are attached right in front of another adult's trike. Tricycles to accommodate a vast array of special needs. Hand-pedaled recumbent tricycles are available for those without the use of their legs. Children, teens and adults with cerebral palsy and similar disorders can select tricycles specially designed to increase strength and coordination. Caregivers to autistic children can ride with their child on tandem special needs tricycles built to accommodate one adult and one child rider. Accessories are also available to convert standard trikes to suit specific needs. The objective of tricycle design is to produce wheelchairs that perform well and can provide appropriate seating and postural support without compromising strength, durability and safety. A Hand Driven Tricycle, abbreviated to trike is a three-wheeled passenger vehicle, usually carrying a single rider. The tricycle consists of a motorbike and an attached passenger sidecar and should not be confused with the tricycle. The trike is a motorized three-wheeled pedicab. Human-powered trikes are powered by pedals or hand cranks. Motorized trikes use motorcycle or scooter,or electric motors. Tricycles tend to be used for commercial purposes: such as "pedicabs" for transport passengers, and freight trikes for making deliveries. In the adult-sized tricycles are used primarily for recreation, shopping, and exercise. Tricycles are favoured by children and senior adults alike for their apparent stability versus a bicycle; but a conventional trike has poor dynamic lateral stability, and the rider must take care when cornering to avoid tipping the trike over. Standard Single Hand Driven Tricycle: Frame : Made by E.R.W. Tubes 22.22 mm- 18 G. Seat & Back : MS, CRC Sheet Seat Size 18"x 16" Wheel Size : Wheel Diameter 28"x 1 1/2" Tyre and Tube Standard Company. Parts : Standard Quality
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Wheelchair 4 Wheel - 0 views

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    4 Wheel Wheelchair With 4 Small Wheels foldable frame wheelchair made of chrome with 18" inches seatwidth, 8" Inches Front and Rear wheel, total weight 14 kg helps physical challenged person to move around indoor. Features- Wheelchair With 4 Small Wheels Features Foldable Wheelchair 4 Small Wheels Wheelchair frame made of chrome Waterproof wheelchair
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    A wheelchair is a wheeled mobility device in which the user sits. The device is propelled either manually (by turning the wheels by the hand) or via various automated systems. Wheelchairs are used by people for whom walking is difficult or impossible due to illness (physiological or physical), injury, or disability. The chair seat size (width and depth), seat-to-floor height, footrests/leg rests, front caster outriggers, adjustable backrests, controls, and many other features can be customized on, or added to, many basic models, while some users, often those with specialised needs, may have wheelchairs custom-built. The usual size of the rear wheel ranges from twenty to twenty-six inches in diameter. A larger wheel increases the height of the seat off the ground and decreases the rolling resistance, thus easing the effort of pushing. The rear wheels can be solid or pneumatic. Solid wheels have a low rolling resistance and are very easy to maintain. They are ideal for use in institutional settings or for indoor use in noncarpeted areas. Pneumatic wheels have better grip on carpeted surfaces and are better if there is going to be significant outdoor use, but they run the risk of flats and require higher maintenance. The flat tire problem can be circumvented by the use of a foam insert that can prevent leaks. Wire spokes are lighter in weight but higher in maintenance. Most older persons will select large plastic spokes referred to as mag wheels. The wheels can be offset posteriorly to decrease the risk of tipping backwards. Wheelchair With 4 Small Wheels: Wheelchair With 4 Small Wheels foldable frame wheelchair made of chrome with 18" inches seat width, 8" Inches Front and Rear wheel, total weight 14 kg helps physical challenged person to move around indoor. Wheelchair With 4 Small Wheels Measurements: Seat Width : 16 inch., 18 inch. Frame Style : Foldable Frame Material : M.S. Chrome open position wheel to wheel width in : 22" (inches) Seat Width : 1
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Transport Chair - 0 views

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    Lightweight wheelchairs provide convenience and comfort to the user and caregiver alike and are often built using materials like aluminum and titanium alloy, while foldable wheelchairs allow for easy storage and transport. Merge the two styles, and got a great mobility aid that isn't a pain to lug around. Utilizing small wheels and lighter materials, transport wheelchairs can tip the scale at as little as 19 lbs, ideal for those looking for a highly portable option. Transport chairs also tend to be more affordable and offer the benefit of increased mobility without breaking the bank. Transport wheelchairs or companion chairs are companion wheelchairs where the purpose is for a companion to push the user. Most transporters have swing-away leg rests, fixed armrests, and side panels. Instead of the usual large back - small front wheels typical of most wheelchairs, light travel chairs have four small wheels providing much easier maneuverability of the chair. Karma KM 2500 Small Wheel Wheelchair: Karma KM 2500 Small Wheel Wheelchair Specifications: Width 18" Front/Rear Wheels 6" to 14" Seat Width 47cm Seat Depth 40cm Overall Width 66cm Overall Collapsed Width 36cm Armrest Height 21cm Overall Length 90cm Seat Height 47cm Backrest Height 38cm Overall Height 86cm Weight 9.2 k.g. Karma KM 2500 Small Wheel Wheelchair Seat and Back: AEGIS Microbe Shield Approved by the FDA, EPA, EU, etc., bonded anti-microbial barrier upholstery protects from odor, staining and deterioration from bacteria, fungus and other microorganisms. It is a shield for your health. Karma KM 2500 Small Wheel Wheelchair Extended Armrest: By simulating the natural position of arms, the extended armrest design is ergonomic and creates bigger seating space. An Ultra lightweight wheelchair (9.2 kg) with a compact design for either attendant assisted or self propelling users. The use of aircraft-grade aluminium alloy and double cross brace provide this model
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Ultra Lightweight Wheelchairs - 0 views

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    Selection of portable travel wheelchairs, utilizing small caster wheel and lightweight materials, can tip the scale at as little as 13 lbs! Like transport chairs, travel chairs are geared towards storability and portability, but they're even more convenient for those on-the-go. These chairs feature four smaller wheels, rather than the large rear-mounted wheels that characterize standard wheelchairs, and their design ensures that they're always foldable and convenient to carry. Whether it's a family vacation, or a good ol' fashioned road trip, these lightweight wheelchairs are best bet. Lightweight travel wheelchairs give the most independence of movement with the least amount of effort. This type of wheelchair is recommended for someone who cannot self-propel in a standard wheelchair. The weight of this type wheelchair ranges from 28-34 pounds. Lightweight wheelchair is for the highly active individual as they are more easily maneuverable and durable. This type wheelchair weighs in as low as 14 pounds. This helps with ease of use and transport. Travel wheelchair assists people to become more mobile and independent. There are many different types of wheelchairs that are used for various reasons. It is important to understand the limitations and safe operation of whatever wheelchair choose or need. The travel chair seat size (width and depth), seat-to-floor height, footrests/leg rests, front caster outriggers, adjustable backrests, controls, and many other features can be customized on, or added to, many basic models, while some users, often those with specialised needs, may have wheelchairs custom-built. A single-arm drive enables the user to turn either left or right while the two-armed drive enables user to move forward or backward on a straight line. Another type of wheelchair commonly used is a lever-drive wheelchair. This type of chair enables the user to move forward by pumping the lever back and forth. Travel Wheelchairs are usually designed fo
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A Friendly Tricycle For Disabled People - 0 views

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    A tricycle for special needs is made so can go along for the ride in wheelchair or sitting in a special seat, both of which are attached right in front of another adult's trike. Tricycles to accommodate a vast array of special needs. Hand-pedaled recumbent tricycles are available for those without the use of their legs. Children, teens and adults with cerebral palsy and similar disorders can select tricycles specially designed to increase strength and coordination. Caregivers to autistic children can ride with their child on tandem special needs tricycles built to accommodate one adult and one child rider. Accessories are also available to convert standard trikes to suit specific needs. The objective of tricycle design is to produce wheelchairs that perform well and can provide appropriate seating and postural support without compromising strength, durability and safety. A Hand Driven Tricycle, abbreviated to trike is a three-wheeled passenger vehicle, usually carrying a single rider. The tricycle consists of a motorbike and an attached passenger sidecar and should not be confused with the tricycle. The trike is a motorized three-wheeled pedicab. Human-powered trikes are powered by pedals or hand cranks. Motorized trikes use motorcycle or scooter,or electric motors. Tricycles tend to be used for commercial purposes: such as "pedicabs" for transport passengers, and freight trikes for making deliveries. In the adult-sized tricycles are used primarily for recreation, shopping, and exercise. Tricycles are favoured by children and senior adults alike for their apparent stability versus a bicycle; but a conventional trike has poor dynamic lateral stability, and the rider must take care when cornering to avoid tipping the trike over. Standard Single Hand Driven Tricycle: Frame : Made by E.R.W. Tubes 22.22 mm- 18 G. Seat & Back : MS, CRC Sheet Seat Size 18"x 16" Wheel Size : Wheel Diameter 28"x 1 1/2" Tyre and Tube Standard Company. Parts : Standard Quality
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A Friendly Tricycle For Disabled People - 0 views

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    A tricycle for special needs is made so can go along for the ride in wheelchair or sitting in a special seat, both of which are attached right in front of another adult's trike. Tricycles to accommodate a vast array of special needs. Hand-pedaled recumbent tricycles are available for those without the use of their legs. Children, teens and adults with cerebral palsy and similar disorders can select tricycles specially designed to increase strength and coordination. Caregivers to autistic children can ride with their child on tandem special needs tricycles built to accommodate one adult and one child rider. Accessories are also available to convert standard trikes to suit specific needs. The objective of tricycle design is to produce wheelchairs that perform well and can provide appropriate seating and postural support without compromising strength, durability and safety. A Hand Driven Tricycle, abbreviated to trike is a three-wheeled passenger vehicle, usually carrying a single rider. The tricycle consists of a motorbike and an attached passenger sidecar and should not be confused with the tricycle. The trike is a motorized three-wheeled pedicab. Human-powered trikes are powered by pedals or hand cranks. Motorized trikes use motorcycle or scooter,or electric motors. Tricycles tend to be used for commercial purposes: such as "pedicabs" for transport passengers, and freight trikes for making deliveries. In the adult-sized tricycles are used primarily for recreation, shopping, and exercise. Tricycles are favoured by children and senior adults alike for their apparent stability versus a bicycle; but a conventional trike has poor dynamic lateral stability, and the rider must take care when cornering to avoid tipping the trike over. Standard Single Hand Driven Tricycle: Frame : Made by E.R.W. Tubes 22.22 mm- 18 G. Seat & Back : MS, CRC Sheet Seat Size 18"x 16" Wheel Size : Wheel Diameter 28"x 1 1/2" Tyre and Tube Standard Company. Parts : Standard Quality
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Conditional Knockout Model Service Provider - 0 views

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    Creative Animodel is rolling out a tissue particular conditional knockout scientific type of mouse in which a focus on gene could be specially deletion from the sole body organ. In order to carry out that Creative Animodel employ Tetracycline-Inducible models in addition to Cre/lox System.
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Children with Cerebral Palsy - 0 views

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    Children with cerebral palsy require special assistance of mobility devices in order to make it easier to move around and carry out daily tasks. Wheelchairs are often a popular choice for children with mobility issues as they come in different sizes and different accommodations, which makes it easier to find one that fits individual lifestyles and needs. Cerebral Palsy Wheelchair Cerebral palsy-also known as CP-is a condition caused by injury to the parts of the brain that control our ability to use our muscles and bodies. Cerebral means having to do with the brain. Palsy means weakness or problems with using the muscles. Often the injury happens before birth, sometimes during delivery, or soon after being born. Physical symptoms typically appear in the first few years of life. Cerebral Palsy are frequently slow to reach developmental milestones such as learning to roll over, sit, crawl, smile, or walk. Cerebral Palsy occurs in 1 in every 300 children (Source: Center for Disease Control). CP can be mild, moderate, or severe. Mild CP may mean a child is clumsy. Moderate CP may mean the child walks with a limp. He or she may need a special leg brace or a cane. More severe CP can affect all parts of a child's physical abilities.Child with moderate or severe CP may have to use a wheelchair and other special equipment. Children with CP can also have learning problems, speech, problems with hearing or seeing (called sensory problems), intellectual differences, and behavioral or emotional challenges. Cerebral palsy does not always cause serious disabilities. Usually, the greater the injury to the brain, the more severe the CP. However, CP doesn't get worse over time, and most children with CP have a normal life span. Wheelchair Pediatric Pediatric Wheelchairs we offer are designed specifically for a wide range of children. All pediatric wheelchair can be configured with many accessories to meet your specific needs. Comfortable, sporty, and relia
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