Especially mobile and user-friendly, our Prime Series Stretcher is designed to reduce the physical strain on clinicians, drive efficiency and enhance patient comfort. Fully equipped and highly configurable, the Prime Series Stretcher allows you to create the ideal solution to meet your specific needs.
Advanced mobility options: Big Wheel or Zoom Motorized Drive System
Electric powered base and lift
Chaperone stretcher alarm system with integrated scale
Advanced mobility options
Stryker Prime offers three advanced mobility options – the Zoom Motorized Drive System that virtually eliminates manual push force; the Big Wheel that can reduce push force by 50% and steering effort by 60%; and the retractable Fifth Wheel that helps make cornering easy.
Simply step on the pedal to effortlessly raise the litter.
Patients can control their own comfort instead of calling for assistance and repositioning. Controls are staggered so the patient can access them in any position, and they include a patient lockout. Optional foot-end nursing controls allow caregivers to improve patient comfort with the touch of a button.
Lift assist backrest
The drop seat leverages the patient’s weight to easily raise the head of the stretcher, while cradling the patient to reduce the need for boosting.
Simple and convenient
Four-sided brakes offer convenient access, while a power-washable design makes Prime Series Stretchers easy to clean in a fast-paced healthcare environment.
*Not available on Zoom models
These siderails offer maximum patient security when raised, yet are completely out of the way when down, for zero-gap transfers.
Litter-mounted oxygen bottle holder
Mounted conveniently on the litter, the oxygen bottle’s placement helps reduce awkward bending, reaching and lifting for caregivers.
Recovery chair position
Helps eliminate the need for unnecessary transfers by providing a comfortable position for patients to recover.
Optional scale system
Integrated into the stretcher, the optional scale* provides repeatable weights with the patient in the stretcher. It also helps reduce the need for lateral transfers and independent scale systems.
Chaperone stretcher exit system
For patients who pose a flight or fall risk, this system alerts the nurse when the patient begins to exit the stretcher.
* ±3 lb (1.3 kg) for weights less than 100 lb (45 kg) and ±3% for weights greater than or equal to 100 lb (45 kg) To meet the scale accuracy claim, the patient surface must be in the flat position (Fowler backrest and gatch down),in the highest position, and the product cannot exceed 5 degrees of Trendelenburg/Reverse Trendelenburg.
Mkt Lit-2000 09 JUN 2020 REV A