Stretcher transport Sam is essentially based on the Mona table. It also has a tilting head section, an IV pole and grip handles.
- Degrees of autonomy
Degrees of autonomy
- Ambulatory, but may use a cane for support
- Can support herself to some degree
- Usually sits in wheelchair, but is able to partially bear weight on its legs
- Sits in wheelchair. Almost no capacity to support herself and cannot stand unsupported.
- Almost completely bed ridden. Passive resident, totally dependent and physically demanding for caregiver.
Benefits for nurses
- Easy to move stretcher.
- Smooth adjustment of the height for optimum working position.
- Highest standards of patient safety.
- Easy to use and compatible with most devices.
- Different widths and lengths available.
Benefits for managers
- Very good cost / performance ratio.
- Low cost of spare parts.
Benefits for residents
- Surface very comfortable, soft and durable.
- Excellent protection against falls.
- Can transfer directly from a wheelchair thanks to the huge height adjustment.
Benefits for technical servicess
- Using components of recognized brands.
- Spare parts readily available.
- Free technical support by phone at ConfortMédic.