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Scoop Stretcher – NMW8220

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.

Ref. No.: Product Size:
( L xWxH)
Capability: G. W. : Self Weight : Qty Cs. : Package Size:
NMW8220 190 x 42 x 7 cm 159kg 11kg 9kg 1PCS 192 x 46 x 9 cm

Scoop Stretcher -

Scoop Stretcher made of metal or strong synthetic material in which a patient is placed so he or she can be securely extracted by Emergency Medical Services from an accident or otherwise inaccessible site. The stretcher may also be lifted by ropes. Synonym: Stokes stretcher

orthopedic stretcher

metal stretcher that is hinged along its long axis and designed to be split so that it can be placed on both sides of the patient and then reassembled to lift the patient. Synonym: scoop stretcher

pole stretcher

type of stretcher, also known as the Army type, composed of folding cloth or canvas supported by poles.
scoop stretcher
Orthopedic stretcher.
Spine board stretcher
type of stretcher made from a wooden board or strong synthetic material used to secure patients with spinal trauma to prevent movement and possible paralysis; also called a long backboard.
Scoop Stretcher
Split-frame (scoop) stretcher
metal stretcher that can be split down the middle, slid under a patient and reconnected. This device is used for moving patients from narrow spaces but is not designed for spinal immobilization.
The scoop stretcher can be used for patient transport, provided the patient is strapped. However, the ninth edition of the ALTS Student Course Manual advises against using scoop stretchers for patient transport. For comfort and safety reasons, it is recommended to transfer the patient to a vacuum mattress instead, in which case the scoop stretcher is put on the transport device and then opened.
A Certified first responder is a person who has completed a course and received certification in providing pre-hospital care for medical emergencies. Certified individuals should have received much more instruction than someone who is trained in basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) but they are not necessarily a substitute for more advanced emergency medical care rendered by emergency medical technicians and paramedics. First responders typically provide advanced first aid level care, CPR, and automated external defibrillator usage. The term "certified first responded" is not to be confused with "first responded", which is a generic term referring to the first medically trained responded to arrive on scene (EMS, police, fire) and medically trained telecommunication operators who provide pre-arrival medical instructions as trained Emergency Medical Dispatchers (EMD). Many police officers and firefighters are required to receive training as certified first responders.