Evacuation and rescue stretchers
Spencer Twin Shell is a basket stretcher intended for recovery of patients where other devices would be difficult to use. Typical uses are water rescue, recovery by ground hoisting, fast recoveries and transfers that require side impact protection. The device can be separated into two halves so as to facilitate the storage and transport
Total and Total Kon, backpackable recovery stretchers have been configured as extremely flexible, robust and compact rescue systems. They can be used in any context where patient transport is needed and they are particularly useful in morphologic and difficult climatic situations where a fast recovery is requested.
Device for recovery, immobilization and transfer to the stretcher of adult and pediatric patients with suspected spinal injuries.
The Aluminum Alloy Rescue Stretcher LG BAR-SCOOP can be divided into left and right halves by the clutches in both ends. It has extra low profile for sliding the stretcher easily beneath the patient to minimize the risk of further injury. Adjustable length according to patient’s height, easy to lock&unlock, and foldable. It is made […]
The alloy rescue stretcher LG BAR-SPINE is made of polyethylene material, seamless , durable, non-pollution, allow X-ray. It can be used together with head immobilizer. It is equipped by 3 pcs belts. For More Details Click Here Technical Details Maximum clearance 186x45x5 cm Minimum clearance 186x45x4,5 cm Net weight 7,5 Kg Packaging 9 Kg – […]
Dakar is a basket stretcher intended for recovery of patients when other devices would be difficult touse. Typical uses are recovery by ground hoisting with the stretcher in horizontal position, ground transfers, recoveries and transfers that require rapid intervention and side impact protection.
The carrying sheet WOW, is a device intended to transfer patients from the stretcher to the bed or for transport from the rescue place to the stretcher for patients who do not have spinal injuries.
Spencer Shell is a basket stretcher intended for recovery of patients where other devices would be difficult to use. Typical uses are water rescue, recovery by ground hoisting, fast recoveries and transfers that require side impact protection.
Vacuum mattresses are devices for the immobilization of trauma patients. The vacuum system allows different levels of immobilization. The more rigid helps the right positioning of the patient; softer ones allow to mitigate the low-frequency vibrations typically found on emergency vehicles during transport.