Medical patient transport devices are designed to safely and efficiently transport patients from one location to another. They are used in hospitals, clinics, and emergency situations to move patients who are unable to move themselves. Some common examples of patient transport devices include stretchers, gurneys, wheelchair transporters, and ambulance cots.
Stretchers are flat, narrow beds designed for patients to lie down on and are commonly used in hospitals and emergency situations. Gurneys are similar to stretchers but are equipped with wheels and can be easily moved around. Wheelchair transporters are designed to securely transport patients who are sitting in a wheelchair. Ambulance cots are used to safely transport patients from one location to another in an ambulance.
These patient transport devices are essential in providing safe and comfortable transportation of patients, especially those who are critically ill or injured.