What are the advantages?
Quicker extraction time
This increases the survival rate as it offers more time for the victim's resuscitation and intervention work.
Increased safety for those involved,
Both the victim and the rescuer, since it reduces the risk of disease transmission by preventing direct contact and prevents injury during extraction.
This complementary device for rescue equipment is easy and simple to apply. In addition, by its nature, it is comfortable and easy to transport.
The Ministry of Defence has relied on Snaid for intervention in rescue situations following an assessment and validation process. The device, recently incorporated into the European Standard UNE-EN 1789 for health transport, is in the process of evaluation for its use in military vehicles; armoured vehicles, troop transport, mechanized vehicles, air vehicles, etc., since there are currently no similar devices.
The European Union is studying the incorporation of Snaid in health vehicles for situations that require rapid extraction and where possible cervical injury is suspected. Thanks to Snaid's great flexibility and length, its use is preferred for emergencies when time is a key factor. Its creation is intended for rescue teams, but its use is being expanded to state security forces, health personnel, and civilians.