Transfer L Shape Wheelchair Accessible Air Massage Microbubble Heated Seat 52" x 30" Walk-in Combination Bathtub
2" Dual drain + 80* second drainage at ideal plumbing conditions//Built to last the outward swing door has a strong seal and anti leak 2 latch system//Easy to clean Ella walk in bathtubs has a high Gloss, White, non porous Acrylic shell that is bacteri...
4 Piece roman faucet set included//Triple Gel Coat reinforced with fibreglass and supported with a stainless steel frame//Side drain placement//ADA compliant moulded bathing seat, safety grab bar, slip resistant floor pattern, low threshold entry and w...
The Drive Medical Cruiser III Wheelchair features a carbon steel frame with silver vein finish and allows for custom back inserts and accessories. This features lightweight Mag-style wheels, push-to-lock wheel lock, secure wheel bearings in rear and front and removable flip back arms. Its removable flip backs and front riggings in the legrest and footrests offer flexibility and a dual axle allows easy change from seat height to hemi level. Proposition 65 Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
Collaborative Assistive Robot for Mobility Enhancement Carmen: The Bare Necessities: Assisted Wheelchair Navigati... (Hardcover)
In nowadays aging society, many people require mobility assistance. Sometimes, assistive devices need a certain degree of autonomy when users' disabilities difficult manual control. However, clinicians report that excessive assistance may lead to loss of residual skills and frustration. Shared control focuses on deciding when users need help and providing it. Collaborative control aims at giving just the right amount of help in a transparent, seamless way. This book presents the collaborative control paradigm. User performance may be indicative of physical/cognitive condition, so it is used to decide how much help is needed. Besides, collaborative control integrates machine and user commands so that people contribute to self-motion at all times. Collaborative control was extensively tested for 3 years using a robotized wheelchair at a rehabilitation hospital in Rome with volunteer inpatients presenting different disabilities, ranging from mild to severe. We also present a taxonomy of common metrics for wheelchair navigation and tests are evaluated accordingly. Obtained results are coherent both from a quantitative and qualitative point of view.