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Scoop Stretcher – NMW8210

Scoop Stretcher


The product is made of high-quality aluminum alloy materials, separate the stretcher into two parts after press the two side buttons, patients can be fixed on to without being moved, the length can be adjust, it's easy to be cleaned.

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( L xWxH) Open
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( L xWxH) Folded
Capability: G. W. : Self Weight : Qty Cs. : Package Size:
NMW8210 202 x 42 x 7 cm 118 x 42 x 7 cm 159kg 18kg 8kg 2PCS 123 x 43 x 17 cm
Medical Scoop Stretcher Specifications, The Roberson orthopedic stretcher or scoop stretcher is used for lifting patients, for instance from the ground onto an ambulance stretcher or onto a spinal board. The two ends of the stretcher can be detached from each other, splitting the stretcher into two longitudinal halves. To load a patient, one or both ends of the stretcher are detached, the halves placed under the patient from either side and fastened back together. With obese patients, the possibility exists of accidentally pinching the patient's back when closing the stretcher, so care must be made not to injure them when carrying out this procedure. The litter, also known as a rescue basket or Stokes basket, is designed to be used where there are obstacles to movement or other hazards: for example, in confined spaces, on slopes, in wooded terrain. Scoop Stretcher Specifications  it is shaped to accommodate an adult in a face up position and it is used in search and rescue operations. The person is strapped into the basket, making safe evacuation possible. The litter has raised sides and often includes a removable head/torso cover for patient protection. After the person is secured in the litter, the litter may be wheeled, carried by hand, mounted on an ATV, towed behind skis, snowmobile, or horse, lifted or lowered on high angle ropes, or hoisted by helicopter. A Reeves Sleeve, SKED, or "flexible stretcher" is a flexible stretcher that is often supported longitudinally by wooden or plastic planks. It is a kind of tarpaulin with handles. It is primarily used to move a patient through confined spaces, e.g., a narrow hallway, or to lift obese patients. Reeves stretchers have six handholds, allowing multiple rescuers to assist extrication. The Wank board is also designed for use in small spaces. The patient is secured to the board with straps. It has two wheels and a fordable footrest at one end, allowing the patient to be moved by one person, much as with a hand truck for moving cargo. It can also be used at a variety of angles, making it easier to traverse obstacles, such as tight stairwells. The doctor-patient relationship has sometimes been characterized as silencing the voice of patients. It is now widely agreed that putting patients at the center of healthcare by trying to provide a consistent, informative and respectful service to patients will improve both outcomes and patient satisfaction. Scoop Stretcher When patients are not at the center of healthcare, when institutional procedures and targets eclipse local concerns, then patient neglect is possible. Incidents, such as the Stafford Hospital scandal, Winter borne View hospital abuse scandal and the Veterans Health Administration scandal of 2014 have shown the dangers of prioritizing cost control over the patient experience. Investigations into these and other scandals have recommended that healthcare systems put patient experience at the center, and especially that patients themselves are heard loud and clear within health services. There are many reasons for why health services should listen more to patients. Patients spend more time in healthcare services than regulators or quality controllers, and can recognize problems such as service delays, poor hygiene, Medical Scoop Stretcher and poor conduct. Patients are particularly good at identifying soft problems, such as attitudes, communication, and 'caring neglect' that are difficult to capture with institutional monitoring. One important way in which patients can be placed at the center of healthcare is for health services to be more open about patient complaints. Each year many hundreds of thousands of patients complain about the care they have received, and these complaints contain valuable information for any health services which want to learn about and improve patient experience.