Cholera Bed

  • Material
    • PVC
    • Steel
  • Color
    • Beige
    • Dark Green
  • Length
    • 2m
  • Width
    • 0.8m
  • Center Height
    • 1.6m
  • Total Volume
    • 2.3m
  • Sector
    • Military
    • NGO
  • Use
    • Disaster Relief Tents
Ideal for the treatment of cholera patients in remote area clinics.


Cholera Beds are ideal for the treatment of Cholera patients who have been affected severely. Cholera is a deadly waterborne disease that causes severe diarrhea and requires rapid treatment. The Beds are vital equipment that aid in the treatment of Cholera patients, while also helping to control the spread by providing hygienic environments around the patients. Since cholera can be seasonal, hospitals are urged to buy Cholera Beds and stay prepared to fully cater to their patient’s needs. They can easily be stored and brought out when needed.

How these Cholera Beds will serve your patients;

  • Collapsible

The frame is collapsible and easy to set up in cases of emergency. This feature makes it easy to use and eventually store once the outbreak is over.

  • Off-Center Hole.

The Beds are equipped with Off-center holes that allow patients to relieve themselves. Cholera patients sometimes loose their ability to go to the bathroom and that is why we place the holes at strategic spots to prevent pathogens from spreading into the surrounding areas.

  • Quality Material.

The materials used are PVC for the mat and steel frame. These materials make it easy to sanitize and clean. The mat is impermeable and thick enough to make sure the patients are comfortable.

  • IV Drip Pole attached.

Drip poles aid in the restoration of fluids which is very important. Cholera causes dehydration that can cause irregular heartbeat, shriveled skin and loss of minerals in patient’s blood. The pole also provides support to patients who do not have enough strength while getting out of bed.

The Beds are available in either dark green and beige. Green is said to be ‘the color of medicine.’ It is often used for different medical apparatus, furniture and clothing. Like William Ludlow said, “Our eyes were made to find rest and contentment in soft greens…”

There is still much to be done for us to be able to win the fight against this vile disease. You can join and help educate the masses, especially those in vulnerable communities.

We would love to remind you to seek immediate medical attention if you start developing severe diarrhea and vomiting. Protect yourself by washing your hands regularly especially before having meals, washing food properly before you cook and always drinking clean water.  Better to be safe than sorry.

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