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Assistive Product
Freistehbarren Vision

Product Type:

Standing device

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Description:

(Information of the provider)
The free-standing bar is suitable for cerebral palsy, paraplegia, tetraplegia, multiple sclerosis and other patients with standing problems. The frame enables the patient to stand without the help of another person. The free standing device is electrically driven, so that the user can also move with the frame.
The upright position strengthens the upper body muscles, stabilizes the circulation and promotes digestion.
The almost floor-level access makes it easier to get up from the wheelchair.

Features / Components:

- wireless remote control
- user-friendly height adjustment of the therapy table by gas springs
- Therapy table, depth and inclination adjustable
- Knee supports, depth, height, width and angle adjustable
- heel holder, depth and width adjustable
- four safety swivel castors with total locking
- available as Vision and Vision Junior

Price (without guarantee):

The price is available on request from the manufacturer / distributor.

Further Information

SHI-Number:

SHI-Medical Technical Aids Register | 28.29.01.1048

Product Information from the Manufacturer / Distributor:

Further Product Details

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Please contact the manufacturer or distributor.

Manufacturer:

ATO FORM GmbH
Zur Lauterhecke 34
63877 Sailauf
Germany Telephone: 06093 944-0 Email: info@ato-form.com Homepage: https://www.ato-form.com/de

Distributor:

ATO FORM GmbH
Zur Lauterhecke 34
63877 Sailauf
Germany Telephone: 06093 944-0 Email: info@ato-form.com Homepage: https://www.ato-form.com/de

Options / Accessories:

- Buttock and trunk supports
- Back pad with headrest
- Individual pads available in special design

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Reference Number:

M/24007


Source :

DIAS


Last Update: 16 Mar 2020