This concept enriches the user of a manual wheelchair by offering an ergonomic alternative to the present method of grasping & pushing a cold slippery hand rim.
The concept answers the need of the wheelchair-bound who have reduced hand & arm capacity or prehension problems.
During medical exams, men are often asked, “Have you noticed any reduction in urination ability?” This is asked in order to obtain an indication of prostate gland enlargement that usually constricts the urinary duct. Most men aren’t aware of any reduction until it’s severe.
My device allows a visually impaired person to gain more freedom and independence allowing them to navigate in public buildings and spaces more easily than ever before. The device is simple, effective and inexpensive to manufacture, install and maintain.
Introducing the Algen & Klemer SENSIJECT® syringe; the only syringe that provides the user with sensory feedback in the form of auditory and tactile signals when a predetermined volume of fluid is drawn into and administered from the syringe.
Over the years, conventional syringe makers have used larger fonts,
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