Sam

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
  • Benefits
  • Review

Degrees of autonomy

  1. Ambulatory, but may use a cane for support
  2. Can support herself to some degree
  3. Usually sits in wheelchair, but is able to partially bear weight on its legs
  4. Sits in wheelchair. Almost no capacity to support herself and cannot stand unsupported.
  5. Almost completely bed ridden. Passive resident, totally dependent and physically demanding for caregiver.
Equipment & degrees of autonomy (PDF)

Benefits

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.

Review

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