New hydraulically-operated power gurneys are wider to accommodate larger patients and are expected to reduce back injuries to paramedics from lifting patients.
New hydraulically-operated power gurneys are wider to accommodate larger patients and are expected to reduce back injuries to paramedics from lifting patients. Photo courtesy Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District
New hydraulically-operated power gurneys are wider to accommodate larger patients and are expected to reduce back injuries to paramedics from lifting patients. Photo courtesy Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District
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Sacramento Metro Fire District equipping ambulances with power gurneys

May 07, 2015 3:42 PM

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