Five Rings delivered the first of ten Cherub systems to the Royal Children’s Hospital PIPER (Paediatric, Infant, Perinatal Emergency Retrieval) division today. The Cherub system interfaces with the Stryker Power-PRO XT Stretcher and creates a seamless transition between road and air ambulances, without having to transfer an infant in critical care to another stretcher.
Developed through extensive collaboration with industry the Cherub system plays a vital role in saving time and eliminating hazards when transporting PIPER patients. With an optional 360 degree turntable the Cherub ensures safe and easy rotation on the top deck to facilitate loading of the stretcher into either the left or right hands side of the aircraft.
Designed and tested to meet and exceed both road and aircraft certification standards the Cherub system can be customised to suit a variety of vendor products and configurations, including Mansell Neocots, International Biomedical Voyager Transport Incubators, and Lifeport AeroSled Stretchers.