Scoop stretcher EXL
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Characteristics

Type
scoop
Applications
rescue
Functioning
folding

Description

The Scoop EXL Stretcher provides superior comfort and safety to patients in need of spinal immobilization. It eliminates the need for log-roll maneuvers, significantly decreasing movement to the patient’s cervical spine and reducing the chance of further injury. The two-hinged, interlocking pieces adjust for patient height and allow operators to bring the two halves together beneath the patient to gently “scoop” them up. The radiolucent, thermally-treated polymer construction maintains an even temperature for greater patient comfort, and the easy-to-clean surface is impervious to fluids. The Scoop EXL Stretcher “has been found to be as effective as, if not superior to, the standard of care of a rigid long backboard" when used for spinal immobilization.* ALL FEATURES AND BENEFITS Interlocking pieces allow operators to scoop up a patient, eliminating log-roll maneuvers Head section is recessed for proper cervical alignment TWIN SAFETY LOCK mechanism provides smooth unlocking and locking Thermally-treated polymer construction does not get too hot or cold, keeping the patient more comfortable Made from lightweight, high-impact composite materials Adjustable length accommodates patients of multiple heights Narrow foot-end frame improves handling in confined areas Optional speed-clip pins allow fast attachment or rearrangement of restraints Radiolucent Oval profile and angled handles provide ergonomic ease of use Folds to 47 inches for compact carrying and storage Includes three restraints and available with or without pins
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.