Graham Medical Provides Reliable EMS Solutions June 21, 2016 10:14

 


Graham Medical's innovative patient rescue and transport units go where stretchers cannot. Their latest design features a fluid barrier and vertical nylon straps for added strength and versatility. The MegaMover® is a compact, cost effective, portable transport unit used to transport, transfer or rescue patients from areas inaccessible to stretchers. The nonwoven, latex-free construction hold up to 1000 lbs. and has 14 handles for ergonomic lifting.

Now available with PowerGripTM handles for added comfort and durability.

MegaMover® 350i Barrier Sheet 

Graham Field's MegaMover® 350i Barrier sheet can either be used as a ultra-durable unit that can transfer patients up to 350 lbs. or as a blanket for warmth or protective equipment cover. The nonwoven/poly material acts as a fluid barrier to prevent any cross-contamination.

MegaMover® Plus

The MegaMover® Plus is a durable, compact, cost effective, portable transport unit used to transport, transfer or rescue patients from areas inaccessible to stretchers. The Plus accepts standard backboards for immobilization. The gray color provides decreased visibility where security is vital. Now available with PowerGripTM handles for added comfort and durability.

MegaMover® Select™

The MegaMover® Select™ Transport Unit features multi-positioned handles allowing the user to select the handle that offers the safest and most comfortable position for transporting patients. It excels when maneuvering stairs by allowing the user to select a higher position handle or a lower position handle to enhance leverage.

MegaMover® Transport Chair The MegaMover® Transport Chair is made of strong nonwoven material with 8 reinforced nylon yellow straps for ergonomic lifting. The Chair weighs only 10 oz., rolls to the size of a water bottle and can transport up 350 lbs. Ideal for carrying patients in areas of limited space, narrow hallways or down stairs.

Now available with PowerGripTM handles for added comfort and durability.