Ferno's PROFlexX® cot provides superior stability and safety you need when transferring and transporting patients. A longer, fixed front leg in the X-Frame provides minimal flex and a low center of gravity at all heights. This means you may be less likely to flip or tip a cot during transfers and transport, reducing situations that may cause injury to you or your patient.
The EZ Glide® Evacuation Stair Chair glides patient loads up to 500 lbs. down stairs without carrying or lifting. Ferno's industry leading one inch track-to-ground clearance and front swivel-wheels provide superior maneuverability over carpet and in confined spaces such as stair landings.
The POWERFlexx™+ System delivers advanced power management and features an in-the-fastener charging to keep you powered on every call, without having to carry around extra batteries or take them out to charge. As soon as you lock into the fastner, the ICS Integrated Charging System charges the battery.
Ferno provides you with the most complete line of solutions for immobilizing adult and pediatric patients. Each of our products provides innovative features to help you provide the highest degree of safety and quality of care to your patients.
Ferno's Scoop EXL Stretcher provides superior comfort and safety to patients who need spinal immobilization. The Scoop EXL eliminates the need for log-roll maneuvers, which significantly decreases movement to the cervical spine. The ScoopEXL is made from X-ray translucent, lightweight, high-impact composite materials. The two hinged, interlocking pieces allow operators to bring the two halves together beneath the patient and gently scoop them up. Includes three burgundy retraints.
360-degree view of inside of McCoy Miller's Side Load Ambulance with Ferno 35X Proflexx Cot with Stat Trac.
Ferno EZ Glide users talk about the benefits of the tracked stair chair.
EMTs at Alert Ambulance talk about how the Ferno Powerflexx+ has helped them prevent injuries.
Medics at Burlington FPD talk about how the Ferno Powerflexx+ has saved their backs and their energy.
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