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Scoop Stretchers, Straps and Other Patient Transport Supplies
Scoop stretchers are one of the most frequently used transportation devices for patients who may have suffered a spinal cord injury, particularly when unconscious or when stability is required to prevent further damage.
When there is evidence of a possible spinal cord injury, it’s imperative to prevent any unwanted movements or adjustments that could cause catastrophic harm to the patient. Scoop stretchers achieve this by using a unique vertical split that allows the device to be connected underneath the patient without lifting them off the ground unsupported. Once secured with straps, it also serves to maintain supine alignment as responders transport them to an ambulance or medical facility.
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Our range includes a selection of scoop stretcher models, which you can view individually or compare using the handy tool provided. Our current stock list includes:
Rescuer 3-Restraint Scoop Stretcher
Generic stretcher ideal for spine and hip injuries. Uses locking hinges to support patient prior to lifting and features a narrow foot section for improved manoeuvrability in tight spaces. Multiple restraint anchors and handles. Includes 3 restraints.
Standard EXL Type Scoop Stretcher
Slightly more advanced stretcher with strong, hand-operated single-lever locks and 4 adjustable lengths. Comes with 3 metal buckle restraints and can be used for an X-ray. High number of handles and anchor points for restraints.
Aluminium Foldaway Stretcher
Foldaway stretcher with impervious PVC-coated nylon and aluminium alloy. Adjustable back to 60 degrees, complete with outriggers and wheels.
Everise Carbon Fibre Scoop Stretcher
Extremely strong and lightweight stretcher from Everise: made from carbon fibre, it weighs just 4.3kg but is rated for a 500kg bariatric load capacity. Additional features include low heat conduction, suitability in extreme temperatures, corrosion resistance and translucence to X-ray and MRI.