There's not a moment to be spared when it comes to first response for emergency scenarios, so the conceptual 'Just One' stretcher has been created to help speed up the rescue process.
Designed by Guo Xin, Qiu Qi, and Wang Ning, the stretcher is capable of having a single person placed within it that requires care and being moved by just one person (hence the name). This allows first responders to accelerate their rescue efforts rather than dedicating two people to one survivor to increase the likelihood of survival by a larger segment of people.
The conceptual 'Just One' stretcher can also be outfitted with an IV drip and blood transfusion solutions thanks to the accompanying stand.
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The Conceptual 'Just One' Stretcher Speeds Up Rescues
- By: Michael HemsworthOct 16, 2018