What are stretchers

If you are looking for a quality, durable and first-class patient stretcher, we offer you stretchers in many different models and functions.

What is a stretcher?
Stretcher, generally defined as the platform on which the injured and patients are carried, can be produced in many different models. Special types of stretchers are used depending on the condition of the patient or injured person to be carried. For example, a portable patient transport stretcher is used for practical use. Thus, the patient can be moved from one place to another very quickly. However, if the patient has an accident and requires urgent intervention, the patient is taken to the emergency room with a stretcher and transported safely.


What are the Stretcher Types?
As we mentioned before, patient transport stretchers can be produced in many different models. We can list Erpomed models as follows:

  • Wheeled
  • Helicopter stretcher
  • Dustpan
  • On foot
  • Slide type
  • Floating Stretcher
  • Folding stretcher
  • Telescopic stretcher
  • Non-folding (Ordinary) stretcher
  • Operating Room Transfer Stretcher
  • Functional Emergency Stretcher
  • General Purpose Stretcher
  • Hydraulic Emergency Stretcher

This and many other different patient transport stretchers are available. In this respect, it is very important to determine the most suitable stretcher model for the safe transportation of patients.

Wheeled Stretchers
A stretcher is used to transport the sick or injured. Patient transport stretcher, which allows patients to be transported on wheels depending on the area of use and the condition of the patient, is frequently used for first aid purposes. It has non-folding fixed mechanics and is used from the ambulance to the patient or injured person to the examination site. At the same time, the wheeled patient stretcher, which is the same size as the patient bed, allows the patient to be transported safely.

Patient Stretcher with Ladder
Sometimes patients or beneficiaries may not be picked up from their residences or workplaces by elevator. In this case, the patient will need to be carried up the stairs where there are steps leading to the patient carrying the stretcher. These stretchers allow the patient to descend the stairs safely. It is very important to ensure patient safety as it prevents staff-related errors.

Patient Transfer Stretcher
These stretcher models allow the patient to be transferred to another hospital, operating room or home. The patient transfer stretcher, which allows the patient to be easily picked up and carried to another location, can be used with wheels, slides, stairs or a fixed mechanism. The most suitable stretcher model is determined according to the patient’s condition. For example, if the patient elevator is to be transferred to a location, stair transfer stretchers are used. The operating room transfer chair, which is among these stretcher models, allows the patient to be transported safely to the operating room.

Patient Stretcher Manufacturing
If you need a company that manufactures stretchers and sells patient stretchers, contact us immediately! With Erpomed, which prioritizes customer satisfaction, you can easily reach the quality service you are looking for. You can contact our company, which has been manufacturing first-class, durable and high-quality patient stretchers for a long time. You can easily choose the stretcher you need among our stretcher models with different models and functions.

Patient Stretcher Prices
We serve you with affordable and economical patient stretcher prices. In light of our quality and attentive service policy, we prioritize our commercial profit concerns. In this way, we offer you a quality and attentive service at affordable prices. You can contact us immediately and let us know the size and model of patient stretcher you need and let us provide you with clear information.


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