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Kamp-Rite Emergency Treatment Cot

$129.99
Kamp-Rite Emergency Treatment Cot - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Be prepared for any situation with the Kamp-Rite® Emergency Treatment Cot. The Emergency Treatment Cot features a sturdy aluminum frame that supports up to 450 lbs. Heavy-duty washable mesh covers the frame, and two buckled straps ensure maximum security and safety for the patient. The cot's innovative design allows the "head" and the "foot" to be elevated as needed.
FEATURES:

  • Emergency treatment cot
  • Perfect for disaster relief/emergency management situations
  • Sturdy aluminum frame
  • Heavy-duty washable mesh
  • Two buckled straps
  • "Head" and "foot" of the cot can be elevated
  • Dimensions: 84" L x 32" W x 18" H
  • Weight capacity: 450 lbs
  • Includes zippered carry bag
  • Manufacturer's warranty: 1-year limited
  • Model: ETC911
  • Kamp-Rite

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 916-383-9460.
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 19616226

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by it's extra wide, but have fun placing back in carrier, straps! Lost two stars as no wheel option, and the outside straps is same color international orange, thought this was confusing for our volunteers to use. Pt. Straps are too short for pregnant and obese pt.'s. Trying to repack with outter straps, was challenging with cheap snap in buckles that don't quite reach when fully closed. Good point's,is the width of this widest cot we have used and head can be at any direction BOTH ENDS and useful in emergencies. Do NOT attempt BLS CPR on this not stable nor hard surface for this. ALWAYS test BEFORE placing pt. On cot. Four legs instead of two or three. Bulky when doing pt. Transfer to gurney. Disposable sheets work well and pillows. We use antimicrobial and Lysol on this material and straps instead of speedball disinfectant. We were able to do a 4 person carry onto back of suburban Tahoe for emergency evac. Legs fold upward towards. Worth the money instead of Junkin. But a flat works well on top though. We utilized and post tested at a large gathering walk a thon fundraiser,F/A Station, not mass casualty situations. Also filming production onset for two weeks. One leg slightly bent. September 25, 2014
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