Ferno Provides Cincinnati's Bariatric Solution

Ferno Provides Cincinnati's Bariatric Solution

News Aug 12, 2010

Wilmington, Ohio -- August 2010 -- The Cincinnati Fire department is now able to safely transport patients up to 650 pounds with the Ferno 93H cot. The 93H has an exclusive transport position to provide maximum stability and patient comfort. The multi-position drop frame helps operators achieve optimum lifting posture and safer lifting and loading. Ferno also offers bariatric solutions to reach 1,000-pound load capacity with their LBS Jr. Bariatric Board and Powerflexx Powered Cot.

The local NBC news affiliate in Cincinnati, Channel 5 WLWT recently ran a story about the greater need for Bariatric Solutions in the Cincinnati and Columbus markets. Ferno is proud to provide these solutions and increase workplace safety for firefights and paramedics around the globe with not just bariatric solutions but Total Safety Solutions.

Ferno's Total Safety Solutions features the most complete line of emergency patient handling equipment, with products designed to get emergency staff in and out of the scene fast, safe, and easy.

To request your free copy of the latest catalog visit www.Ferno.com/catalog or call 877/733-0911 for more information.

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