Nonambulatory definition

Nonambulatory means a person who immediately and without the aid of another is not physically and mentally capable of traveling a normal path to safety, including the ascent and descent of stairs.
Nonambulatory means an individual physically or mentally unable to walk or traverse a normal path to safety without the physical assistance of another.
Nonambulatory means unable to walk or traverse a normal path to safety without the physical assistance of another individual;

Examples of Nonambulatory in a sentence

Non-ambulatory patients/injured should be moved in existing transport devices (beds, stretchers, wheelchairs) if elevators are available.


More Definitions of Nonambulatory

Nonambulatory means not able to walk or exit to safety without the physical assistance of another individual.
Nonambulatory means unable to walk without assist- ance.
Nonambulatory means not able to walk at all, but able to be mobile with the help of a wheelchair.
Nonambulatory means unable to stand or walk unassisted.
Nonambulatory or "downed" animal means a conscious animal that is unable to stand or walk without assistance.
Nonambulatory means not able to walk or not physically able to leave the premises without assistance from another individual.