Sensory aids

Scope Notes: Mechanical or electronic devices that improve or substitute for one or more senses such as hearing, sight, taste, or touch
ICF I:
  • b2 SENSORY FUNCTIONS AND PAIN
  • s2 THE EYE, EAR AND RELATED STRUCTURES
  • s3 STRUCTURES INVOLVED IN VOICE AND SPEECH
  • e1 PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGY
ICF III:
  • b210 Seeing functions
  • b230 Hearing functions
  • b250 Taste function
  • b255 Smell function
  • b265 Touch function
  • b310 Voice functions
  • s210 Structure of eye socket
  • s220 Structure of eyeball
  • s240 Structure of external ear
  • s250 Structure of middle ear
  • s260 Structure of inner ear
  • s310 Structure of the nose
  • s320 Structure of mouth
  • e125 Products and technology for communication
ICF IV:
  • b2100 Visual acuity functions
  • b2101 Visual field functions
  • b2102 Quality of vision
  • b2300 Sound detection
  • b2301 Sound discrimination
  • b2302 Localisation of sound source
  • b2303 Lateralization of sound
  • b2304 Speech discrimination
  • s2200 Conjunctiva, sclera, choroid, s2201 Cornea
  • s2202 Iris
  • s2203 Retina
  • s2204 Lens of eyeball
  • s2205 Vitreous body
  • s2500 Tympanic membrane
  • s2501 Eustachian canal
  • s2502 Ossicles
  • s2600 Cochlea
  • s2601 Vestibular labyrinth
  • s2602 Semicircular canals
  • s2603 Internal auditory meatus
  • s3100 External nose
  • s3101 Nasal septum
  • s3102 Nasal fossae
  • s3203 Tongue
  • s3300 Nasal pharynx
  • e1251 Assistive products and technology for communication
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