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CMC Rescue / SKEDCO Drag-N-Lift Harness

$764.10
Item #: 721800 CMC

Out of stock. Expected delivery in 1 to 2 weeks.

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The CMC Rescue/SKEDCO Drag-N-Lift Harness™ was developed and engineered as a means to rapidly package and extract a patient from a confined space.The device enables the rescuer to provide a fast load-and-go technique that allows the patient to be packaged efficiently and securely for a vertical lift, horizontal carry out or drag extraction. Compact storage, ease of use, and flexibility in transport have made Sked® stretchers popular worldwide. The drag sheet is constructed from heavy-duty E-Z glide plastic that becomes rigid when curved around the patient. A variety of handles and straps allow the patient to be transported by carrying horizontally, lifting vertically from a rope system, or pulled with the harness sliding on its smooth bottom surface. In the event that spinal immobilization is needed, the device is compatible with the Skedco Oregon Spine Splint (OSS II) and cervical collar. 





  • Designed for quick and secure vertical lift, and horizontal drag or carry extrication
  • Vertical lift attachment points designed for use with a lifting bridle/spreader bar
  • Compatible with OSS II and other spinal immobilization devices
  • Replaceable Skedco E-Z glide plastic drag sheet protects patient and harness
  • Integrated harness assembly restrains the patient securely
  • Padded back section and leg loops provide patient comfort
  • Color-coded straps and quick-connect fasteners expedite patient packaging
  • Handles on sides, top and bottom allow for easy positioning and moving the patient
  • AustriAlpin Cobra® buckles are secure and simple to adjust
  • Corrosion-resistant hardware
  • X-ray translucent
  • Cleans easily
  • Includes heavy duty water-resistant Cordura® nylon storage bag
  • UL Classified to NFPA 1983 (2012 ED) Class III Victim Extrication Device
  • Made in USA of domestic and foreign components