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May 2005
PN;May2005, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p50
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The article focuses on iBOT Transporter which is an electronically stabilizing device for people with disabilities. It has unique features that provide its users with indoor and outdoor mobility, elevated height, the ability to climb stairs and remote function to transport the device. The iBOT's functions and advanced features may increase wheelchair users' functional mobility and help satisfy the desire to return to demanding work activities. A larger study is needed to determine if the iBOT affects work performance and the ability to return to work. INSET: It's a FAQ*!.


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