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cart

(kahrt) a vehicle for conveying patients or equipment and supplies in a hospital.
crash cart  resuscitation c.
dressing cart  one containing all supplies necessary for changing dressings of surgical or injured patients.
resuscitation cart  one containing all equipment for initiating emergency resuscitation.

cart

Cot, gurney, stretcher, trolley Medtalk A narrow movable bed used to transport Pts or maintain them in a horizontal position in emergency or critical care settings Vox populi A non-self-propelled multiwheel structure designed to carry a load. See Crash cart, Shopping cart.

cart

wheeled vehicle without motor power.

paraplegic cart
a two-wheeled cart into which a paraplegic dog can be strapped so that its hindquarters are supported and its front limbs rest normally on the ground and provide a motor system. Used for short periods to give the animal exercise.
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Only operate and store the battery charger and cart with charger outside of patient rooms and in non-patient care areas.
Precision Wire's 132C, the company's most popular cart, has two tiers, he notes, as well as a lighter weight and a sharper turn radius.
A 90-gallon cart would be issued to households that have a difficult time fitting all their trash into the 65gallon cart.
The blogs are fervent with moms talking about shopping cart safety and applauding stores that provide the safety equipment that help them care for their children while shopping.
But in 1975, 1994, and 1998, the CPSC denied petitions to lower the instances of cart tip-overs and petitions by improving restraint systems in carts.
Riggs has stood there and watched this scene dozens of times since Sam started showing up a few years ago to use the special cart in the shed no one else ever asked to use.
In presenting its annual IDEAs, sponsored by the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) and BusinessWeek, the carts were cited as, "whimsical and friendly .
Carts are constructed of 16-gauge, 14-gauge, and 12-gauge steel, with upright support tubes built of 2" diameter, 16-gauge steel.
While there is no guarantee of success, cart and kiosk owners who find the right product for their market are rewarded with sales as high as $12,000 a month or more during the busy holiday season.
The company is also responsible for cart repairs, which can include replacing wheels.
First on your "to do" list as a potential cart buyer and business owner is to consider the local approvals and permits you will need to operate an espresso cart at your desired location.