Standing Aid

November 2005
PN;Nov2005, Vol. 59 Issue 11, p86
Trade Publication
The article presents information about a standing aid for the people with disabilities. Altimate Medical Inc.'s newly designed product with shadow support tray option follows and supports users in all positions from sitting to standing. As the individual rises to the standing position, the tray and chest pad follow, creating a shadow effect. It attaches under the seat and includes a safety mechanism that prevents it from shifting out of place. The redesigned modular base allows adding various options like the shadow support tray at any time.


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