Adjustable Height: Most ambulance stretchers come with an adjustable height feature to make it easier for healthcare providers to transfer patients in and out of the ambulance and to accommodate various patient needs.
Mobility: Ambulance Patient Transfer Emergency Beds are equipped with wheels or casters that make it easier to maneuver the patient within the ambulance and into the healthcare facility. Some stretchers have locking mechanisms to secure the bed in place during transport.
Patient Restraints: Patient safety is a top priority. Stretchers typically have built-in restraint systems, such as straps and safety belts, to secure the patient during transit, preventing falls and injuries.
Durability: The stretcher should be sturdy and built to withstand the rigors of emergency medical transport. It should be easy to clean and disinfect to maintain proper hygiene.
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