The radiotranslucent recboard was developed for pre-hospital treatment. With the specially developed attachment straps, it can be fixed onto any standard stretcher system. Thanks to the symmetrical shape, the recboard provides absolute flexibility when positioning the arm. The cpr arm can be placed across the shoulders or on the side of the patient.
The quadboard was designed for in-hospital use. It is radiotranslucent, easy to disinfect and quickly placed beneath the patient with the handle.
Specially designed for use with a scoop stretcher or vacuum mattress. Just like the recboard and the quadboard, the scoopboard is made of a radiotranslucent carbon fibre compound material. The scoopboard has the same multifunctional securing straps as the recboard.