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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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In fact, numerous grocery retailers ran television commercials and full-page advertisements devoted solely to communicating that seat belts for shopping carts were available at their stores.
Vacuum to remove dust and lint around battery chargers and carts containing chargers.
According to the experts, the Eco One vendor cart sales are going to be around 3500 carts for the first quarter.
Building multiple product lines on the same production floor or offering a selection of options to customize a standard product, require the flexibility that carts can provide, Tyler explains.
Poulos cites coin-deposit systems like Systec's Smartloc, which effectively manages carts while reducing labor costs and limiting the number of abandoned carts.
When I talk to sanitation loaders about what can make their jobs safer and quicker, they are all over the idea of everybody having carts," said City Manager David Corliss.
These commercial-grade infant carriers have been provided by most retailers since the 1980s and are usually made available on several carts within the store.
Children sustain injuries from shopping carts in a variety of ways.
I think if more paraplegics knew the carts were available, there'd be more of a demand, and the city should provide them,'' Sam said, lining up a 10-foot putt for a bogey on the first hole.
The brainchild of the Partnership's in-house director of industrial design, Ignacio Ciocchini, the carts are among the Partnership's newest streetscape innovations.
Carts are constructed of 16-gauge, 14-gauge, and 12-gauge steel, with upright support tubes built of 2" diameter, 16-gauge steel.
Shoppers spend nearly $10 billion each year on retail products sold from carts and kiosks in malls, subway stations, and upscale resorts, according to Specialty Retail Report (www.