wheelchair-bound

wheelchair-bound

adj
(Medicine) unable to walk through injury, illness, etc and relying on a wheelchair to move around
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ISLAMABAD -- Seven wheelchair-bound passengers were injured at Benazir International Airport after an ambulift tipped over after suffering hydraulic jack failure.
Summary: Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Dec 19 (ANI): A wheelchair-bound passenger on Tuesday claimed he was not allowed to board the Air India flight from Bangalore to Kolkata on December 17.
Air India denied Majumdar's allegations and cited safety issues as its reason for refusing to board the wheelchair-bound man.
We have already received a positive feedback and we have observed that after the installation the number of wheelchair-bound shoppers have increased," he added.
Jack was later diagnosed with meningitis and a dislocated hip which healed badly, leaving him wheelchair-bound.
Ambulant disabled and wheelchair-bound supporters should pay their relevant price class and can bring a carer free of charge.
It presents wheelchair-bound home users with the ability to seamlessly achieve therapy by entering the chamber and zipping it up after entry.
Transport of partially wheelchair-bound students with different physical and / or mental disabilities / impairments on the school run to and / or from a school in the district Berlin-Spandau.
Summary: The union of employees at the Middle East Airlines denied Tuesday that a worker at the airline had taunted and acted inappropriately toward wheelchair-bound journalist Roula al-Helou, accusing her of exploiting the media to further her cause.
Wheelchair-bound Lettie Doherty, 99, and 72-year-old Ann McElwee joined scores of supporters fighting to keep the doors open at Thackeray Place Care Home in Limavady, Co Derry.
Dubai: Rashid Hospital's Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Department recently became the first hospital in the Middle East to demonstrate the latest robotic device for people who are wheelchair-bound.
Wheelchair-bound Royal Navy veteran Joe Hill claimed he was branded a "pest" and told he was barred from the Greenwood pub in Chelmsley Wood.