Emergency Medical Technicians constantly suffer back and shoulder injuries due to the weight they have to bear when loading and unloading the stretcher into and out of the ambulance with patients, an activity they perform repeatedly throughout the day.
For many years, the extended use of mechanical stretchers has meant that manufacturers, and especially KARTSANA, have developed them with lightness and ease of use in mind, however, the market is moving towards the increasing use of electric stretchers.
The stretcher is designed to minimise the strain on the EMS technician and facilitate maneuverability. It has a hydraulic motorized lifting system that facilitates the transfer of patients, and the loading and unloading of the stretcher to the ambulance without assistance or fatigue. In addition, it has a load capacity of 300 kg, maximum autonomy with two autonomous batteries and an integrated charging system in the ambulance.
With the electric stretcher POWER BRAVA TG-1000, the technician only must worry about the patient’s assistance because its use is very simple. It has an intuitive control panel, a telescopic profile to improve maneuverability in confined spaces and rotating wheels with a convenient locking system from the pedal that gives maximum control to the operator.