Hospital carry cot designed for easy, safe evacuation of premature and newborn babies in the event of fire. It is large enough to carry up to three babies and has storage for an oxygen cylinder under the cot, to allow hand ventilation if necessary. Cylinder not included. Carried by long strap handles, one on each side which can be slung across one person's shoulder or used by two people.
Designed for the easy and safe EVACUATION of PREMATURE and new born babies in the event of FIRE or EMERGENCY. The Buscot BABEVAC cot will carry up to three babies, depending on size and condition. Secure storage for small OXYGEN CYLINDER on the underside of the cot to allow manual ventilation of baby if required. (Cylinder not included). Adjustable shoulder straps enable the cot to be carried by one or two carriers. Flexible strong construction allows for easy handling with adequate support and protection of babies.
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