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Double Folding Stretcher – NMW8232

Double Folding Stretcher

These amazing stretchers can support up to 200 pounds, quickly and easily being loaded onto an EMT rescue vehicle. Whether you are out in the field or working a large industrial site, having this stretcher will allow for safe transfers of significantly injured patients. Read on for more information and videos about these lifelines!


The product is made of high-quality aluminum and polyester fabric, light weight, safe and Reliable, it's safe and comfortable.

Ref. No.: Product Size:
( L xWxH) Open
Product Size:
( L xWxH) Folded
Capability: G. W. : Self Weight : Qty Cs. : Package Size:
NMW8232 205 x 53 x 13 cm 102 x 17 x 8 cm 159kg 22kg 4.5kg 4PCS 105 x 19 x 37 cm

Nexgen Rescue Stretchers: What they are

There are many different types of rescue stretchers on the market today. Some are designed for specific types of emergencies, while others are more general purpose. Nexgen stretchers are designed for use in a variety of rescue situations. Nexgen rescue stretchers are made from high-strength aluminum alloy tubing. They have a variety of features that make them well-suited for use in a variety of rescue situations. 

How they work

Nexgen Rescue Stretchers are designed to be used in a variety of rescue scenarios where traditional stretchers may not be able to be used. They are often used in places where there is little or no room to maneuver, such as in an elevator shaft or other tight space. Nexgen Rescue Stretchers can also be used in situations where there is a high risk of injury, such as when rescuing someone from a burning building. Nexgen Rescue Stretchers work by using a series of pulleys and ropes to hoist the patient up and down. This system ensures that the patient is always securely attached to the stretcher, even if they are unconscious or have muscular weakness. The pulley system also allows the rescuer to lower the patient down slowly and carefully, minimizing the risk of further injury. If you are ever in a situation where you need to use a Nexgen Rescue Stretcher, remember to always follow the instructions of your rescue team. With proper training and care, Nexgen Rescue Stretchers can help get you or your loved ones to safety in even the most difficult circumstances.

Advantages of a Nexgen Rescue Stretchers

When it comes to emergency equipment, there is no substitute for quality. That's why Nexgen Rescue Stretchers are the perfect choice for those who need the best possible product. Here are just a few of the advantages that come with using a Nexgen Rescue Stretcher:

1. top-of-the-line construction: All of the materials used in Nexgen Stretchers are carefully chosen to ensure durability and strength.

2. comfortable for patients: The design of the stretcher takes into account the needs of patients, so they can be as comfortable as possible during transport.

3. easy to use: The stretcher is designed for easy maneuverability, so you can get your patient to safety quickly and without incident.

4. versatile: The stretcher can be used in a variety of settings, including on rough terrain or in tight spaces.

5. reliable: With proper care, a Nexgen Rescue Stretcher will last for many years, providing a reliable source of support in times of need.

Disadvantages of a Nexgen Rescue Stretcher

There are some disadvantages of using a Nexgen rescue stretcher that you should be aware of before deciding if this is the right type of stretcher for your needs. One downside is that they are not as stable as traditional stretchers, so you need to be careful when using them. Another disadvantage is that they can be difficult to maneuver in tight spaces, so you may need extra help when moving a patient on one of these stretchers.

Medical Emergency Rescue Stretcher with Wheels used in ambulances have wheels that make transportation over pavement easier and have a lock inside the ambulance and straps to secure the patient during transport. An integral lug on the stretcher locks into a sprung latch within the ambulance in order to prevent movement during transport. Modern stretchers may also have battery-powered hydraulics to raise and collapse the legs automatically.

Medical Emergency Rescue Stretcher

This eases the workload on EMS personnel, who are statistically at high risk of back injury from repetitive raising and lowering of patients. Specialized barbaric stretchers are also available, which feature a wider frame and higher weight capacity for heavier patients. Stretchers are usually covered with a disposable sheet or wrapping and are cleaned after each use to prevent the spread of infection. Shelves, hooks, and poles for medical equipment and intravenous medication are also frequently included.

Portable Stretcher With Wheels

Portable Stretcher with Wheels Standard Portable Stretcher with Wheels has several adjustments. The bed can be raised or lowered to facilitate the patient transfer. The head of the stretcher can be raised so that the patient is in a sitting position (especially important for those in respiratory distress) or lowered flat in order to perform CPR, or for patients with a suspected spinal injury who must be transported on a spinal board. The feet can be raised to what is called the Brandenburg position, indicated for patients in shock. Some manufacturers have begun to offer hybrid devices that combine the functionality of a stretcher, a recliner chair, and a treatment or procedural table into one device. 

Basic Stretchers

Endotracheal Tube, CuffedMedical Emergency Rescue Stretcher are the most rudimentary type. They are lightweight and portable, made of canvas or other synthetic material suspended between two poles or tubular aluminum frames. Many are stored as disaster supplies and are often former military equipment. The folding stretcher, also known as a top deck or collapsible stretcher, is similar in design to the simple stretcher but features one or more hinged points of articulation to allow the stretcher to be collapsed into a more compact form for easier handling or storage. Some models may even allow the patient to sit upright in a Fowler's or Semi-Fowler's position. 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.