Assistive products in this field can be used in private areas to improve or monitor health, for therapeutic purposes and for the training of physical, intellectual and social skills.
These assistive products can:
Stimulate blood circulation through the compression of body parts
Promote the healing of skin diseases by light irradiation
Purify the blood or check blood values
Support the correct and autonomous use of medication
Train memory retention, concentration or special skills such as writing, reading or social behaviour
Respiration and tracheostomy aids
These include, for example, inhalers, respirators, oxygen units, suction units and respiratory training devices to improve breathing and the cannulas, as well as providing protection for artificial openings of the trachea (tracheostomy).