Med Sled Instruction Sheets
Cover will completely open from either side to allow for chest and abdominal exposure if medical treatment is necessary. (See FIG. 4) Fasten all cross straps and Foot Loop Strap. Make as snug as possible to ensure rigidity of sled. (See FIG. 5) Patient Restraint System will prevent patient from any excessive movement within sled including leg pressure for vertical lift.
See FIG. 6 for Horizontal profile view of a Vertical Lift.
FIG. 6 PROFILE VIEW
TORSO SHOULD BE CENTERED IN BETWEEN HORIZONTAL LIFT STRAPS
CAUTION • This apparatus requires 2 qualified persons to operate. • Risk of falling in the use of this product. • Danger of serious physical injury if said product is not used or maintained The MED SLED ® VLR should only be used by trained professionals properly trained in the safety and application of these types of products for their intended use. Improper use or use by untrained personnel can result in serious injury or death.
Extrication of a patient from a confined space or rescue situation to a wheeled stretcher or ambulance
Maximum load for the VLR is 450 kg (992 lbs.) This limit must not be exceeded.
Pressure points, misalignment of the spine, pain and discomfort
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: This product is to be used by trained high angle rescue personnel only. Load and hoist capacity is variable depending on weight distribution and lift orientation.WE MAKE NOWARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OFANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDINGTHEACCURACY OFTHESE SPECIFICATIONS, MERCHANTABILITYAND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSE. The user assumes all risk and liability in connection with the use of this information and this product.
Manufactured in theU.S.A.
©2017ARC Products, LLC. Med Sled is a registered trademark ofARC Products, LLC. U.S. Patent No.(s) 7810820, 8172238, 8333392, 8991835. MS-VLRPRS-IS2(5-16-17)
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