A new type of hospital wagon is being developed in the UK
Wagon beds, which are used for patients in wheelchairs, have become a growing trend in hospitals around the world, with the UK and many other countries introducing them to make space for people with special needs.
This week, researchers at the University of Leeds have developed a new type that could be used to deliver patients in the wheelchairs of wheelchairs into ambulances.
The new technology, called a wagon bed, could be fitted to any vehicle or a private transport service, and could be built with the support of a private operator.
The team behind the development is now working to get the vehicle on the road.
Wagon bed Wagon-bed wagons are designed to fit the size of a wheel chair.
They are designed as a flat, upright platform, with a low, low beam on the roof to provide a roof-like position for the patient to lie on.
It also has a low profile on the front and sides, so that it is more accessible.
The bed has a bedside table with a tray and a pillow.
The tray provides support for the wheelchair and can be raised or lowered depending on the needs of the patient.
Waking the wheelchair The wheelchairs that can be fitted into wagons include those for children with spinal disorders, people with dementia, wheelchairs with mobility problems, and those with low back pain.
The researchers say that their new wagons have a range of features to help ease the load of patients on the vehicle.
It has a double bedside seat with a large reclining surface for patients, a wide, upright tray for a bed, a tray for the bed, and a seatbelt, to keep the patient safely upright.
They also include a large tray that can fit a wheelchair with a seat, and an overhead bin to store the wheel, for when the patient is not on the bed.
The wheel chair can also be raised into a fully functional upright position.
The wagons also have a large, retractable roof that allows for the wheel chair to be moved and opened.
The study, carried out at Leeds University, is published in the journal Transplantation.
The University of Glasgow’s Centre for Regenerative Medicine has been working on a similar concept for more than a decade.
“We wanted to make a platform that was both comfortable and practical for people to use,” Dr. Stephen Firth, senior research fellow at the Centre, told Medical News Daily.
“The technology can be used for a wide range of wheel chair needs, and we believe it is something that is still very much in development.” “
This type of bed, called an open wheel chair, would be able to accommodate a wheelchair or wheel chair with a wheelchair seat. “
The technology can be used for a wide range of wheel chair needs, and we believe it is something that is still very much in development.”
This type of bed, called an open wheel chair, would be able to accommodate a wheelchair or wheel chair with a wheelchair seat.
The hospital wagons could be configured to fit patients with mobility or vision problems.
“What we need now is a more sophisticated version of the concept to accommodate those people who would otherwise be confined to wheelchairs,” Dr Firth said.
“This technology is a very promising concept and could allow people to be transported from the operating theatre to the operating room without having to get into a wheelchair.”
The team of researchers at Leeds is developing the technology in collaboration with the University’s Centre.
They hope to launch the wagons in 2018.