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The Westcot APC (Active Patient Care) is your solution when the need is supporting surge capacity at fixed hospitals or as actual temporary cots used in field hospitals and first aid stations. This tall procedure height bed has the patient at "working" height for your professional healthcare responders. No need to bend over during procedures.

The Active Patient Care medical cot is meant for reuse over extended periods of deployment at fixed or portable disaster shelters, portable hospitals and first aid stations, and overflow assisted living facilities and anywhere a fully functional cot is needed.
Meeting the FEMA guidelines and ADA compliant.
Made in the USA.


Active Patient Care Medical Cot
$675.95
The Westcot FNC is a Functional Needs Cot ( also called a "Special Needs" cot) you need to support your emergency preparation and mitigation plans for disaster shelters and emergency first aid stations. This medical cot is designed to be wheelchair transferable height. It offers safety and comfort for the patient while providing needed features for people with medical issues. The FNC provides ease of use, convenient decontamination and predictable storage for the provider. It is meant for reuse over extended periods of deployment at fixed or portable disaster shelters, portable hospitals, emergency first aid stations, and overflow for assisted living facilities and anywhere a fully functional cot is needed.
Also meets FEMA guidelines and is ADA compliant.
Made in the USA.

We recommend the following:

  • Minimum of 50 cots for a Special Needs / Functional Needs Shelter
  • Five cots for a standard disaster shelter,  plus 1 cot in the first aid station of the shelter.
  • For Emergency First Aid Stations on disasters or special events: 3-5 FNC cots (see our additional cot recommendations)

Note Ordering Cots During a Disaster:

Understand that manufacturers don't have thousands (or hundreds of thousands) of cots and blankets sitting in warehouses waiting for the next disaster. Much of the disaster supplies they do have on-hand are already on contract for agencies that did plan for an emergency. 

During a Disaster:

A.) Any available stock will go very quickly
B.) Is on a first come first serve basis - based upon payment.
C.) Usually will be gone within 24 hours. 

Disaster contractors know this when they sign agency contracts, but still try to order only when the disaster strikes. Large disasters occur around the country almost every month. Manufacturers also can't ramp up to meet a large request and fabricate finished product in days. Our point is that your organization / agency should plan for, budget, order and locally store emergency supplies like disaster cots before a disaster strikes your community. .  Ask us about how can help you prepare for a disaster and also how we can supply your needs during an event.

Description

Safety:


  •  450+ lbs working capacity
  • Spun Tube Ends with Heavy Duty Leg Locks on all legs
  • Reinforced Decking with Hook and Loop Springs
  • Safety and Instructional Labeling
  • Patient Restraint Belt Stow on Board Safety Rails
  •  Mattress meets FED STD 1633 for Flammability
  •  ADA Compliant

Comfort and Patient Benefits

  •  Spring and Deck Design 2"
  • Convoluted Foam Mattress 32" x 80" Sleeping Surface
  • Wheelchair Transferable Height - 18"
  •  2 Position Trendelenburg Foot Elevator
  • 5 Position Head Elevator with Locking Cor

    Convenience

  • Lightweight Rust Proof Aluminum Frame - 32 lbs
  • Folding Design for easy storage - 34" x 42" x 8"
  • Stow on Board IV Pole
  • Water Proof, Antimicrobial Mattress
  • $375.00
    The Westcot Bariatric Patient Cot was introduced at the behest of various agencies that needed to support the bariatric population who sought shelter at traditional evacuation centers during hurricanes along the Gulf Coast. They need a light weight, portable and reusable product which offered comfort and safety for bariatric citizens.

    Its use can be expanded to allow multiple children as well as parents to sleep comfortably while not occupying multiple cots. Please like to push the cots together but it creates traffic flow problems. This disaster cot is built wider, taller and longer and tested beyond its 700 pound weight capacity rating to ensure you can provide the best solution in a portable / emergency sleeping cot.

    We recommend 6 bariatric cots per shelter of 500 people. One could also be placed in the Shelter First Aid / medical station. Ask us about rolling carts made to make deployment and assembly fast and easy.


    Description

    Specifications: Westcot BPC  Bariatric Patient Care

    Safety

    • 700+ lbs working capacity
    • Spun Tube Ends
    • Heavy Duty Leg Locks on all legs
    • Reinforced Decking with Hook and Loop Springs
    • Mattress meets FED STD 1633 for Flammability
    • Anti-Tilt Legs Available

    Comfort and Patient Benefits

    • Spring and Deck Design
    • 2" Convoluted Foam Mattress
    • 38" x 84" Sleeping Surface
    • Easy Out Height - 22" - Keeps Butt above Knees

    Convenience

    • Lightweight Rust Proof Aluminum Frame - 36 lbs
    • Folding Design for easy storage - 42" x 42" x 7"
    • Water Proof, Antimicrobial Mattress
    • Packed Inside Disposable Linen Set Available


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    $579.95
     

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