यसलाई नेपाली भाषामा गर्न आवश्यक छ। यसलाई नेपालीमा । नेपालीमा लेख्ने तरिका हेर्न यहाँ क्लिक गर्नुहोस्।
स्ट्रेचर is a मेडिकल उपकरण used for short-term carrying of patients who require medical care. Stretchers are primarily used in acute out-of-hospital care situations by EMS, military, and Search and rescue personnel.
स्ट्रेचरहरु can be equipped with a variable height lower frame containing wheels, tracks, or skids to allow the stretcher to be moved more easily. A simple stretcher does not have such a frame and therefore needs to be carried by two or more people. Despite these differences, their essential function remains the same.
They can often be referred to as a cot, litter, gurney, bed, cart, or (for bariatric stretchers) land barge.
Stretchers have been used since antiquity, on battlefields and in emergency situations, where wheeled vehicles are hindered by rough terrain. In their simplest form, they generally consisted of a canvas sling with long edges sewn to themselves to form pockets through with wooden poles could be slid. This form was common with militaries right through the middle of the 20th century, and in disaster situations, where rapid triage and movement of patients based on severity of injuries is critical, they are still used by emergency response providers.
Many stretcher are referred to as "gurneys". The name gurney comes from its similarity to a horse-drawn cab patented in the U.S. in 1883 by J. Theodore Gurney.
स्ट्रेचरका प्रकारहरु[सम्पादन गर्ने]
- EMS stretchers used in ambulances have wheels that makes transportation over pavement easier, and have a lock inside the ambulance and seatbelts to secure the victim during transport. An integral lug on the gurney locks into a sprung latch within the ambulance in order to prevent movement during transport. Modern stretchers may often in have the addition of battery-powered hydraulics to raise and collapse the legs automatically. This eases the workload on EMS personnel, who are statistically at high risk of back injury from repetitive raising and lowering of patients. Specialized bariatric stretchers are also available, which feature a wider frame and higher weight capacity for heavier patients. Stretchers are usually covered with a disposable sheet or wrapping and cleaned after each patient in order to prevent the spread of infection. Shelves, hooks and poles for medical equipment and intravenous medication are also frequently included.
- Simple stretchers are the most rudimentary type. They are lightweight and portable, being made of canvas or other synthetic material suspended between two poles or tubular aluminum frame. Many are stored as disaster supplies and are often former military surplus.
- The folding stretcher, also known as a top deck or collapsible stretcher, is similar in design to the simple stretcher, but features one or more hinged points of articulation to allow the stretcher to be collapsed into a more compact form for easier handling or storage. Some models may even allow the patient to sit upright in a Fowler's or Semi-Fowler's position.
- The scoop stretcher is used for lifting patients, for instance from the ground onto an ambulance stretcher or long board. The two ends of the stretcher can be detached from each other, splitting the stretcher into two longitudinal halves. To load a patient, one or both ends of the stretcher are detached, the halves placed under the patient from either side and fastened back together. With obese patients, the possibility exists of accidentally pinching the patient's back when closing the stretcher, so care must be made not to injure them when carrying out this procedure.
- A reeves stretcher, reeves sleeve, SKED, or 'flexible stretcher' is a flexible stretcher that is often supported longitudinally by wooden or plastic planks. It is a kind of tarpaulin with handles. It is primarily used to move a patient through confined spaces (e.g. a narrow hallway), or to lift obese patients (reeves stretchers have 6 handholds, allowing multiple rescuers to assist extrication).
- The Stokes basket, also known as litter or rescue basket, is designed to be used where there are obstacles to movement or other hazards: for example, in confined spaces, on slopes, in wooded terrain. Typically it is shaped to accommodate an adult in a face up position and it is used in search and rescue operations. The person is strapped into the basket, making safe evacuation possible. The litter has raised sides and often includes a removable head/torso cover for patient protection. After the person is secured in the litter, the litter may be wheeled, carried by hand, mounted on an ATV, towed behind skis, snowmobile, or horse, lifted or lowered on high angle ropes, or hoisted by helicopter.
- The Nimier stretcher (brancard Nimier) was a type of stretcher used by the French army during World War I. The casualty was placed on his back, but in a "seated position", (that is, the thighs were perpendicular to the abdomen). Thus, the stretcher was shorter and could turn in the trenches. This type of stretcher is rarely seen today. (see a picture).
अरु प्रकारका स्ट्रेचरहरु[सम्पादन गर्ने]
With healthcare changing, a new type of 'hybrid' device is now being used by healthcare facilities. This hybrid device is referred to as a 'Transmotion.' A 'Transmotion' is a type of medical patient handling device that combines the following devices into one; a stretcher, a recliner chair, and a treatment or procedural table. Nursing back injuries are ranking at an all-time high, and healthcare is demanding a more integrated device like the Transmotion.
इमर्जेन्सि स्ट्रेचर बनाउने तरिका[सम्पादन गर्ने]
|यो अनुभाग खालि छ। यसलाई बढाउन क्लिक गर्नुहोस्।.|
यी पनि हेर्नुहोस्[सम्पादन गर्ने]
बाहिरी कडीहरु[सम्पादन गर्ने]
|विकिमिडिया कमन्समा अरु धेरै सामग्रीहरू छन्: stretcher|
|हेर्नुहोस् स्ट्रेचर विक्सनरी, खुल्ला शव्दकोशमा.|