Wheelchairs are chairs with wheels, used when walking is difficult or impossible due to injury, illness, disability, and/or problems related to old age. They are often used for mobility purpose by an individual who is unable to walk or disabled person. There have been different types of wheelchairs designed ever since the first commercially produced wheelchair. They have come a long way since their humble beginnings as simple chairs for mobility-impaired individuals. Now available in nearly every design and style, wheelchairs offer improved functionality and improved ease of use to disabled individuals.
A power-assisted wheelchair uses a manual chair frame and replaces the rear wheels with battery-powered motors. The floating rim design senses the pressure of the user and activates the motors proportionately. This results in a wheelchair with the convenience of a manual chair and the braking power of an electric wheelchair. An attendant-propelled wheelchair is most commonly found in public venues, hospitals, and large institutions. It is usually constructed of steel, but the added weight is not as important since the user does not have to self-propel.
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