mobile arm support
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mobile arm support (MAS)
a forearm support device that enables people with upper extremity disabilities to fulfill some activities of daily living, by helping to move the hand into position for self-feeding. It may also be used as a training device and may be mounted on a wheelchair. Also called balanced forearm orthosis, ball-bearing feeder.
mobile arm support,
A device for support of the forearm, usually mounted on a wheelchair, that assists weak shoulder and elbow muscles in positioning the hand, as in eating. Synonym: balanced forearm orthosis; ball bearing feeder