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Stryker is committed to providing innovative solutions that help reduce the risk of operator injury in today's environment.
Stryker Power-LOAD cot-fastener system supports the cot's weight so the provider doesn't have to
April 24, 2013
Tool allows patients weighing up to 1,600 pounds to be transported safely and somfortably
The XPS from Stryker EMS provides an expanded patient surface area
Hennepin EMS is employing new technology from Stryker Corporation to reduce the risk of injuries to their patients, paramedics and EMTs.
February 7, 2013
The Power-LOAD™ system manages the stretcher during loading and unloading, while increasing security during transport.
Given the cost to an agency for just a single serious back injury, the Power-LOAD from Stryker is a great investment
The Power-PRO XT is an innovative battery-powered hydraulic system that raises and lowers the patient with the touch of a button.
“First, do no harm” is a maxim we’re all familiar with in EMS, but it applies equally to providers as well as patients
The Power-LOAD cot fastener system improves operator and patient safety by supporting the cot and patient throughout the loading and unloading process
Stryker’s Speed-Sheet patient transfer system can make your job safer
March 1, 2012
Crestline Coach Ltd.
Production capacity will double
Speed-Sheet is a unique approach to patient transfer.
December 7, 2011
Crestline Coach Ltd.
Crestline demonstrates exceptional performance in exporting goods outside of Saskatchewan
What could improve EMS safety on the ambulance and in the field? Attendees of RETTmobil, Europe's premier mobile-rescue conference and trade show, found some interesting advances.
Product Showcase showing off the lastest products for EMS professionals
Having the right equipment in place, and knowing how to use it, can be the key to safely and humanely assisting bariatric patients.
Innovation abounds at the sixth-largest EMS agency in North America.
We've all been told to lift with our legs and not our backs. That's good advice, but back injuries in EMS remain all too common.
Kendrick Traction Device Approval
The Ohio Medical Transportation Board recently approved the Kendrick Traction Device (KTD) for use on all state-certified ambulances. This decision came after meeting with Emergency Products and Research (EP&R...
At the scene of an accident, when time is critical, caregivers need a splint that’s easy to apply, while helping ease the patient’s discomfort. Med Spec’s Prosplints are fast, effective performers in
thousands of emergency...
October 17, 2003
The sharply rising number of obese Americans is leading medical-equipment manufacturers and ambulance crews to supersize their stretchers.