Emergency Evacuation Equipment for Hospitals & Patients
Evacu B- Baby Emergency Evacuation Medical Sled
- Evacu B evacuation medical sled for hospitals can provide one nurse with the capability of evacuating six babies and glide down a flight of stairs with no bouncing
- The newborns are placed in pockets made of a fire retardant and mildew resistant material. Their heads are then secured in adjustable headrests
- If a nurse needs to stop on the stairs, releasing the Reversible Brake Handle will automatically stop the evacuation chair on the stairs
- Once safely outside, all six babies can be left inside the Evacu B
- Canadian patent #2,684,444,US Patent US # US 8,286,975 B2. Other countries patents pending
“We commit ourselves to maintain and continually improve the effectiveness of our quality management system so that the emergency evacuation equipment & medical devices that we design, manufacture and sell comply with applicable regulatory and quality management system requirements (QSR 21 CFR Part 820, ISO 13485:2003) and consistently fulfill our customers’ expectations.”
Doug Gervais / Doro President
- Consistent merchandising
- Simple and unique
- Vertical or horizontal display view
- Simplifies shopper access to display products
- Variety of merchandising options
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Laptop and LCD (flat screen) security cables. Cables can be custom made to any length.
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A revolutionary product used for the safe evacuation of infants and newborns