CombiCarrierII Scoop Stretcher and Extrication Board2024-04-25T17:01:59+00:00

Functions as a Scoop Stretcher and Extrication Board

The CombiCarrierII® functions as a scoop-type stretcher minimizing patient movement with no logrolling required and also serves as an improved extrication board during vehicle extrication situations. The CombiCarrierII meets the latest Spinal Motion Restriction (SMR) protocols providing optimal patient handling in the most extreme environments including water rescue.

The concave patient surface limits lateral movement of the victim providing more secure stabilization. The split-litter design also allows for easy removal once the patient is on the ambulance cot or delivered to the emergency department. Built to take a beating, many of the original units are still in operation with zero failures in over 18 years.

Safely extricate and transfer a patient to the cot. The CombiCarrierII is easily removed eliminating the loss of your valuable equipment. Best of all, the innovative design of the CombiCarrierII provides emergency medical and rescue personnel with two products in one, saving valuable storage space, weight and critical budget dollars. Comes with an industry leading 5-year warranty. 

Available in Lime Green (CC 2200P) or Olive Drab Green (CC 2200P OD). 

COMBICARRIERII yellow head Immobilizer

Lime CombiCarrierII is shown with an optional yellow head immobilizer. Note: If Olive drab CombiCarrierII with black head immobilizer is desired, please contact customer service for lead times.

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CombiCarrierII® Features and Benefits

Simple intuitive design minimizes training of all EMS, hospital and athletic training personnel.

Can be separated at either end or split into two halves, eliminating unnecessary patient movement and making it ideal for patients with suspected hip, pelvic and spinal injuries.

No rivets, drive screws or roll pins. High density polyethylene is easily cleaned and disinfected. Helps comply with CDC and OSHA guidelines.

Off-set sturdy latch is built for reliability and durability making it much easier to apply and remove the device under patient load.

Provides excellent lateral support with neutral alignment. Minimizes movement of patients spine during lifting and transferring. Continuous inner edge eliminates pinching.

X-ray compatible. Easy to remove for highly detailed diagnostic imaging requirements.

“The CombiCarrier(s) are remarkable improvements over the traditional aluminum scoop stretcher devices…”

Gregg March , Lake Villa Rescue Lake Villa, IL

“To date, staff have found it (the CombiCarrier) very user-friendly and no patient has found it uncomfortable.”

Ronald C. Gee, Immediate Care Unit East Sussex, UK

“…even with unexperienced people he was able to install the patient onto the CombiCarrier with ease and very little added pain and discomfort to the patient.”

M. Rickenbach, MedLife S.A. Switzerland

“By switching to the CombiCarrier, we are able to have three spine boards when needed, without giving up the use of a clam type stretcher.”

Ken Gustafson, Bellingham FD, Bellingham, WA

CombiCarrierII Video Demonstration

CombiCarrierII UnBoxIt Video From A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P.

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