Samarit MRI/CT Rollboard - Hi-Tec

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This Samarit lateral transfer board with it’s integral nylon cloth enables the care givers to gently and easily transfer a patient between two surfaces. Its strong design means it will easily bridge a gap of 150mm. The Nylon cloth is strong, robust, tear-resistant, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal for infection control and flame retardant. If frequent use is required, disposable covers and a dispenser are available to complete the range.

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RB40177CT

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This superb rollbord has been designed by Samarit especially for transferring patients to and from MRI/CT scanners.

However, it is also perfect for all narrow transfers e.g. trolley - trolley, trolley to table, and, at 177cm long, covers feet and ankles as well. So, if you are regularly transferring patients between narrow surfaces then you will love this rollboard.

Measuring 40cm wide and 177cm long, it weighs only 2.5kg and bridges gaps up to 20cm - wider then any traditional transfer board on the market. (you will need level surfaces)

How does it work? Acting like a tank track the board allows you to gently push your patient across a gap between two surfaces very easily. Your staff will find it very easy to use and patients will love it too.

Extremely hard-wearing, and with a 3 year warranty, it is suitable for excessive use. The nylon cloth that rolls around the central core is strong, robust and tear-resistant as well as anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, flame retardant and disposable. Disposable covers are also available.

Other features:

  • Radioluscent
  • Latex free
  • Easy to clean

To see this board in use, please watch the video to see how it can benefit you and your staff.

Uses:

  • To bridge a gap between two lying surfaces and transfer a patient across from one to the other

Used by:

  • All areas of healthcare where lateral transfers between narrow surfaces are frequent or probable
  • Emergency Services
  • MAUs
  • SAUs
  • Radiology and Imaging
  • Operating Theatres
  • Recovery
  • Emergency Department
  • X-Ray and Radiology