http://www.stryker.com/myhsp/exercise/P ... /index.htm
It's a great idea... not sure if this is the perfect be all end all for the Emergency Medical Services but it certainly makes transportation better!
There is also a version out by ferno....
http://www.ferno.com/product_detail.asp ... CC9B5A943B
Not sure which made it to the order desk sooner.
I'm betting that Stryker figured out that people might use it in Sub zero temperatures aswell.... good Idea on the redundancy back up.polarman wrote:
That's the one I was mentioning. The stryker one is really durable. We are unsure about the cold weather affecting the battery for winter use, but we carry a spare battery with a charger on board the medic. The stretcher still has the ability to be used manually as well.
In the canadian winter, it operates fine in our experiences, but you have to often transfer patients to the stretcher, outside in the cold. which is not so good
Basically, i think they are great on transfer cars...not so much on emerg cars
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