The infectious nature of the COVID-19 has put a tremendous burden on India’s healthcare system; be it a rural primary healthcare centre or the biggest urban hospital. The struggle for isolation wards is rising along with the daily surge of COVID-19 cases across the country.
Hexpressions, Jaipur has designed ready-to-assemble isolation cabin that is affordable, lightweight, and eco-friendly. They are created using paper honeycomb panels – a 100% recyclable material. Each bed can handle a universally distributed weight of 300 kgs. This zero-carbon footprint bed can be put together by 2 people in under 5 mins. Its modular nature renders it flexible to be divided into many enclosures depending on the number of patients who need the cabin. The plastic-coating ensures it is water-resistant, and more importantly can be wiped down to be kept hygienic and infection-proof. The cardboard panels ensure that each patient gets their privacy without compromising on the norms of physical distancing and safety. The cabin also has enough room for medical staff to attend to the patient as well as handle any equipment that may be needed. Each isolation cabin has an in-built LED light, storage space, and a mobile charging point to ensure that the patient is cared for in a comfortable environment.
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