emergency transport system
Posted by Doctor Down Rescue Wrap | Products, Rescue Wrap, Transport Wrap

When emergency transport is the immediate issue and 360° access is not necessary.

emergency transport system

11-3001 Body Burrito

Emergency Transport

• Safe and warm transport of people from fires, ski hills, and trauma sites
• Comfortably transfer elderly patients from care center or home to hospital and back again
• Manage infectious issues with a Disposable Liner –
Easy removal and replacement. Immediate turnaround Special Features of the Body Burrito
• High-visibility fluorescent shell
• Fleece lining offers instant warmth
• Two 15″ x 17″ pockets used to secure personal items and store EMS supplies and extra Disposable Liners
• Quick Grip Handles used for easy movement of patient
• Patient on backboard easily fits inside the Body Burrito
• The fleece-lined hood, an optional accessory, velcro to the top of the Body Burrito, enclosing the head and shoulders
The Body Burrito is completely washable

Call Doctor Down Inc in Polson Montana at : (406)883-3052




The Body Burrito is a unique approach to emergency transport bedding. It provides a protective environment similar to that of the Rescue Wrap by using a high performance, all-weather shell that is waterproof, windproof and breathable. Rather than the synthetic down core provided in the Rescue Wrap, the Body Burrito is a one-piece unit lined in a high thermal-rating fleece.

The patient is secured into the protective Body Burrito by using a fast and easy wrap-and-buckle closure. The Quick Grip handles make moving patients easy and convenient. A patient on a
backboard easily fits inside the bedding. The Body Burrito will coordinate with a cascade toboggan, rescue basket, litter or stretcher to enhance the use of your current equipment.

Fleece-lined body wrap with carry handles, one 8″x8″ Heat Pack, 1 disposable Body Burrito liner, complete unit packed in a Wrap Sack

Dimensions: 33″ x 80″ (Girth up to 74″)  7.55 lbs / 3.42 kg

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