Stryker’s Zoom Motorized Drive-equipped stretchers reduced L4/L5 spinal disc compression of caregivers by an average of 39%.
Stryker’s Zoom Motorized Drive System reduces the physical intensity level during transport and could help reduce the risk of work-related musculoskeletal disorders among caregivers.
Stryker's Lift Assist backrest makes raising and lowering a patient 51% easier, helping to relieve caregivers’ cumulative strain from consistently positioning their patients.
Stretcher design has a significant impact on the well-being of HCPs when the backrest and litter are raised and lowered to reposition a patient. Implementing Stryker’s Prime Series stretcher with Electric Backrest can help reduce the risk of lower back disorder to 1% for a HCP when repositioning a patient.
Stretcher functionality has a significant impact on the well-being of caregivers. Implementing Stryker's Prime Series Stretcher with Big Wheel and with electric lift can help reduce the forces and amount of exertion required of HCPs.
When scaled to a transport distance of 250 meters, a Zoom-equipped stretcher could save an average of 12 seconds per transport and thus countless annual working hours when all transports are taken into account.
A comprehensive strategic plan, including the implementation of the Stryker Prime TC Transport Chair can result in reduced transport chair theft and decreased transport chair maintenance costs.
Stryker Prime Series® Stretchers with scales can provide an accurate and efficient patient weight.
Stryker Mistral-Air Forced Air Warming System, on average, reduces perioperative cotton linen usage by 86 percent.
Stryker Prime X X-ray Stretcher certifiably produces a similar image quality to that of an X-ray table, according to UL.
Properly and effectively cleaning the seated transport device, a device that is frequently used throughout the hospital, is an important part of a hospital’s cleaning and disinfection procedures. Lexamed concluded that the Stryker Prime TC Transport Chair is easier to clean than the traditional wheelchair.
Florida Hospital Orlando upgraded its stretcher fleet with Stryker and saw their HCAHPS ratings in the areas of “Overall Satisfaction” and “Willingness to Recommend” increase by 10%.
The link between staff satisfaction and patient satisfaction, and their ultimate correlation to overall financial performance in this pay-for-performance era, cannot be overlooked. The results of the survey show that caregivers across the country agree that the Stryker Prime TC Transport Chair has helped to improve staff satisfaction.
Penrose Hospital emergency department made changes to their patient falls protocol, which included new staff processes and the implementation of Stryker stretchers equipped with the Chaperone Stretcher Exit System. In the first six months after implementing these changes, Penrose experienced no falls in the first six months.