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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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Sitting on a roadside bench and burning wood, 70-year-old Mohammad Malik, who also owns a horse-drawn carriage in Committee Chowk, said that in the past, white horses were rented for wedding and that the trend has now changed so that people demand decorated buggies on the big day.
The Commission said that it never barred foreign women from riding buggies or bicycles.
David Rochester, head of underwriting at Halifax Home Insurance, said: "We recommend all new parents make sure buggies are not left visible in porches or driveways.
A Mothercare spokesman said the ride-on buggies, which come in various colours, would be redrawn "pending further information".
Emma said: "He looked us up and down and said, 'Go on then, I'll let you on this once, but in future you won't be allowed on with prams and buggies.
Manheim says that they have handled 1,600 of the buggies in the last few years and they are now so popular that three auctions are already scheduled for next year.
It was discovered that 25% of parents using face-to-face buggies talked to their baby - more than twice as many as those using away-facing buggies.
According to the information I received when purchasing a 1/16-scale model of that buggy, John Deere made buggies from 1899 to 1923.
There is scarcely a shopping street anywhere in the country where the sight of buggies is not commonplace.
There have not been any new developments in the power buggy industry for many years and power buggies are notorious for getting stuck or slowing down in sandy soil.
After I first began winning, my competitors would throw up their hands, shake their heads and come up with a lot of lame excuses as to why their buggies didn't perform well.
With a general Old West theme, much of the stuff at The Barnyard is built by Neice, including buggies, totem poles and figures of horses and longhorns.