Hill-Rom® Procedural Stretcher with IntelliDrive® Powered Transport
Our Procedural Stretcher with IntelliDrive® Powered Transport helps you mitigate the risk of back injury. With its simple activation, variable speed control and 700 lb weight capacity, you are equipped to accommodate all patient conditions as well as your functional needs in this uncertain environment.
A rush to the operating room is not just about running down hallways and turning corners. It's about the minute details that contribute to a safe and comfortable experience for both you and your patient.
Mitigate your risk of back injury
According to NIOSH, 3400N of compression is the threshold for mitigating the risk of spinal injury. Spinal compression above 3400N may lead to permanent spinal damage.1
Compared to Stryker's Big Wheel® Stretcher with Zoom® device, Hill-Rom's Procedural Stretcher with IntelliDrive® Powered Transport provides:
Mitigate your risk of lower extremity injuries
An estimated 1 in 5 nurses are working with lower extremity pain or injury at any moment. Considering an increased risk of musculoskeletal injury is correlated with workers repeatedly exerting forces near their strength limits, the fore to activate steer should be evaluated.
Compared to Stryker Big Wheel® with Zoom, the Procedural Stretcher with IntelliDrive® Powered Transport requires significantly less force to activate:
A safe and comfortable patient experience
- Help prevent pressure injuries through your choice of pressure redistribution surface.
- Prevent your patient from migrating with Auto Contour™ feature.
- Protect your patient's hands with bumper protected siderail.
- Provide a gentle patient ride with spring-loaded center wheel.
- Allow for safe patient ingress and egress with low height.
- Provide more coverage for smaller patients with enhanced safety siderails.
Simple and safe maneuvering
- Mitigate your risk of back injury with IntelliDrive® Powered Transport.
- Mitigate your risk of lower extremity injuries through simple activation – requires less effort to activate steer pedal than Stryker's Big Wheel® Stretcher with Zoom® device.
- 360° maneuvering with IntelliDrive® Powered Transport.
- Ease the burden on your back; BackSaver Fowler® feature uses patient's weight to help position the head section.
- Zero Transfer Gap with OneStep® Tuck-Away Siderails.
- Obtain an immediate weight with scale that memorizes last weight.
Durability to withstand your demands
- 700 lb weight capacity.
- Compatibility with most lifts and overbed tables.
- Easy to clean smooth deck and siderail design.
|Maximum weight limit||700 lbs (317.5 kg)|
(floor to top of sleep deck)*
|20.7" (52.6 cm)|
(floor to top of sleep deck)
|34.25" (87 cm)|
|Overall length||83" (210.8 cm)|
|Overall width (siderails up)||31" (78.7 cm) or 35.5" (90.2 cm)|
|Overall width (siderails stored)||26.5" (67.3 cm)
or 30.25" (76.8 cm)
|Siderail length||47" (119.4 cm)|
|Siderail height above sleep deck||14" (35.6 cm)|
|Comfortline® mattress size||26" (66 cm) x 75" (190.5 cm)
or 30" (76.2 cm) x 75" (190.5 cm)
|AccuMax® VPC mattress size||26" (66 cm) x 76" (193 cm)
or 30" (66 cm) x 76" (193 cm)
|Maximum head elevation||90° | 70° with BackSaver
Fowler™ or Auto Contour™
|Maximum Trend/Reverse Trend||18°|
|Floor to base clearance||3.5" (8.9 cm)|
|Below IntelliDrive® Power Drive module||1.5" (3.8 cm)|
|Caster size||8" (20.3 cm)|
|Electrical||120V AC, 60 Hz|
|Battery life||12 hours with normal use|
|Recharge time||8 hours maximum|
|Frame & Welds for life of product|
|Accessory Options — Please confirm accessory availability for model of stretcher ordered|
|Accessory IV pole||Liquid oxygen tank holder|
|Ankle stirrups||Oxygen tank holder|
|Armboard||Paper roll dispenser|
|Chart holder||Patient tray|
|Convertible footboard||Restraint straps|
|Detachable footboard||Siderail covers|
|Foot extender||Stretcher pillow|
|Infusion support system||Transport straps|
|IV transporter||Utility tray|
|Lateral X-ray cassette holder|
|*Dependent on configuration|
- Waters TR, Putz-Anderson V, Garg A & Fine LJ. (1993). Revised NIOSH equation for the design and evaluation of manual lifting tasks. Ergonomics, 36(7), 749-776.
- Davis K & Lachenbruch CA. A Comparison of Two Powered Transport Features in Reducing Biomechanical Stress During Stretcher Maneuvering Tasks. Hill-Rom Services, Inc. July 2011.
- Wiggerman N. Force and Effort to Engage Steer: Hill-Rom Procedural Stretcher and Stryker Prime Big Wheel. Internal Hill-Rom Data on File. May 2016.