25 new TGX241M pre-hospital care stretchers have been chosen by our distributor in Mexico, Orroje, to equip the new type II ambulances delivered to the Rescue and Medical Emergencies Squadron (ERUM), which will be distributed in 12 different municipalities to improve pre-hospital care in Mexico City.
Mexico City’s Emergency Rescue and Medical Emergencies Squadron (ERUM) was created in 1973 with the aim of assisting the population in cases of medical emergencies by offering immediate responses to any situation. Among its main functions are pre-hospital medical care, aid and rescue in cases of accidents, aid to women in giving birth, support on public roads, care inside and outside mass events, care for injured people, transfer of the sick and injured to hospitals.
To provide an immediate response, motorized ambulances are used to avoid unnecessary transfers, with which rescue personnel arrive quickly at the scene of an emergency. 25 new of these ambulances have been equipped with our TGX-241 mechanical stretcher model which, like the rest of our entire stretcher range, is 10G-certified, thus ensuring total patient safety in the event of an accident during transport.
This is a mechanical model designed specifically for the rescue and ground transport of patients. It is very easy to use for the health professional, thanks to its removable handles, its double load wheel and its three tilt positions – including the much-needed Trendelenburg and anti-Trendelenburg – among other features.
The patient will feel very comfortable as it has an adjustable tilt headrest and footrest.
At KARTSANA we are proud to be able to contribute to improving medical care for people all over the world and we continue to focus on quality and innovation in our daily work.