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backrest

An adjustable device that supports the back in bed.
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Unlike the bench seat in the Zafira the middle row of the Tourer now consists of three individual seats and these can be moved backwards or forwards independently and the backrests recline.
As the chair user moves, the various sections within the backrest also move and adjust to continue providing support where it's needed.
Front and rear seats of passenger ears have a metal construction of backrest made in three variants of sizes: 40, RSB 60,100 presented in Figure 1.
The slot through the backrest must be an accurate fit.
Seat depth is usually accomplished with a sliding seat pan but also with an adjustable backrest.
The chair provides automatic weight compensation and seat-tilt adjustment while a 'syncro-dynamic' feature also allows for the seat and backrest to simultaneously follow the movements of the person sitting in it, yet always remain at the optimal angle.
Power wheelchairs with self-actuated seating functions, such as tilt-in-space, backrest recline, and seat elevation, are usually prescribed by clinicians to facilitate posture change and/or assist activities of daily living (ADL) for persons with a high-level spinal cord injury (SCI) who have impaired sensation and are unable to adjust postures independently or for those with neuromotor impairments who are unable to use a standard wheelchair seat [1-3].
ABSTRACT: A chair comprises a seat, legs for supporting the seat, a backrest frame connected to the legs, and a backrest attached to the backrest frame.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have recommended that the head of the bed of mechanically ventilated patients be elevated to between 30[degrees] and 45[degrees] to decrease the risk of ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) Compliance with this recommendation may be affected by nurses' knowledge of the recommendation and their accuracy in estimating the backrest elevation.
99 and is made from plastic with an adjustable mesh-effect backrest.
The Volvo's rear seat splits 40/20/40, offering 16 different combinations, and the centre backrest can be lowered to house longer items or raised to provide an additional seat.
It is connected by a linkage to a pressure plate in the backrest of the seat.