Pushing a stretcher using the IV poles is common, but the Sprint 100 is the world’s first stretcher designed to make it safe and practical. While standard IV poles often break when used for pushing, the telescopic poles on the Sprint 100 feature a special robust design that reduces maintenance costs, makes work easier for staff, and allows the stretcher to be pushed at a low height for increased patient safety.
The Sprint 100 with four-section mattress platform utilizes hydraulics to easily adjust the bed from flat to chair position. This provides the patient with maximum comfort, especially if they suffer from breathlessness or bowel obstruction.
IV&Drive was designed to improve the practicality and safety of the stretcher while reducing maintenance costs and the amount of physical effortrequired of staff.