Products/Services for Bariatric Winch

  • Industrial Winches-Image
    Industrial Winches - (368 companies)
    Industrial winches are pulling devices that use a wire, rope, cable, strap or web to move heavy loads. They typically use a drum or reel for line storage and are either manually operated or powered by an electric, pneumatic, or hydraulic motor. How...
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    Lifts - (1595 companies)
    Lifts are used to raise and lower material, personnel, vehicles, and workpieces for loading and working positioning.
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    Hospital Beds - (11 companies)
    Hospital beds are beds specially designed for hospital patients or for people in need of some form of healthcare. They have special features both for the well-being and comfort of the patient as well as convenience for healthcare workers.
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    Power Take-offs (PTO) - (61 companies)
    Power take-offs (PTOs) are extensions of a vehicle's drive train that can be engaged to power auxiliary equipment such as plows, augers, winches, and many other material handling, construction, and agricultural implements. Power take-offs (PTO...
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    Stackers and Reclaimers - (60 companies)
    Typically, longitudinal stacking systems are fed by a belt conveyor from a tripper car. These stackers, like other types of stacking products, are equipped with various counterweight arrangements. Hydraulic drive units or winches are used to drive...
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    Tie Down Straps - (151 companies)
    ...types of products. Examples include hold downs and ratcheted tie downs; winch, cargo, and axle straps; cam buckles and bungee cords. Tie down straps are also used with tie-down clamps, D-shaped rings or T-shaped cleats that are made from heat-treated...
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    Pulley Blocks - (123 companies)
    Pulley blocks are assemblies that consist of a hook or shackle, swivel, bearing, sheaves, sprockets, pins and frame. They are suspended by a hoisting rope or load chain and are designed for a variety of lifting applications.
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    Electroceramics - (271 companies)
    Electroceramics are ceramic materials that have been specially formulated for specific electrical, electro-magnetic, or optical properties. They include dielectric ceramics, electrostrictive ceramics, ferrite ceramics, garnets (ferromagnets), and piezoelectric ceramics.
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    Industrial Remote Controls - (220 companies)
    ...and industries. Examples include aerospace, agriculture, automation, construction, data acquisition, and forestry. Industrial remote controls are also used to control material handling equipment such as hoists, cranes, lifts, and winches. Basic devices...
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    Hoists - (888 companies)
    Industrial hoists are lifting and pulling devices that use a cable, rope, or chain to move or lift a load. Hoists are primarily used for vertical lifting, and usually have a feature for ceiling mounting such as a hook or trolley mount.

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  • A Growing Problem: Implications of Obesity on the Provision of Trauma Care
    … provide for sufficient loading room and carrying capacity, and may be equipped with winches to bring stretchers … … victims of trauma, however, no rules exist which take into account the unique requirements of bariatric patients.
  • HEAVY!
    … 000 in 2010 on each ambulance to accommodate larger patients, mainly by installing winching to pull larger … … to accommodate wider gurneys and obese patients.36 Hospitals every- where are buying bariatric crutches and wheelchairs …
  • Devastating Injuries in Healthcare Workers: Description of the Crisis and Legislative Solution to the Epidemic of Back Injury from Patient Lifting
    … ³⁶ A simple yet innovative and efficient ramp approach was devised with a winch to move the … While the bariatric unit ambulances can be used for regular transport,they are reserved for obese patients.
  • Poster abstracts
    Almost 5% of patients were winched whilst intubated. Specific equipment includes portable ECMO machines, heaters, purpose built hydraulic lifts for the bariatric capability ambulances and …
  • Gastric Band Erosion in 63 Cases: Endoscopic Removal and Rebanding Evaluated
    All patients were enrolled in a multidisciplinary bariatric surgical programme at Circle of Care, Adelaide, South Australia … The wire is then pulled taut using a winch system until a “give” is felt and the …
  • Thinking in Circles About Obesity
    … weighing up to 600 pounds, and ambulance companies are retrofitting their vehicles with winches and plus-sized … … in health care, where the goal should hardly be selling more [heart bypass or bariatric operations].33 .
  • Advancing Medicine with Food and Nutrients
    Medical focus has primarily emphasized medications or bariatric surgical approaches to correct downstream risk factors in addressing … If the patient winches with pain, it is likely that their periosteal bone discomfort is caused by …
  • Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2014
    Schluter J, Winch S, Holzhauser K, Henderson A Barbiturates 465, 515 Bariatric surgery 487 Barotrauma 247 Berlin definition 221, 246, 258 Beta-blockade 442 Bicarbonate …
  • Abstract
    … physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse elevates risk for develop- ment of substance use disorders after bariatric surgery. Colleen McBride, PhD1 and Peter Winch , MD, MPH2 .
  • Mechatronics in Action
    Special features of the system include deployment system interoperability with interchangeable winch and umbilical systems for both … … used in complex medical interventions including neurosurgery, cardiac surgery, orthopaedic surgery, urological surgery, bariatric surgery, prosthetic implantation …