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First Responder Oxygen Backpack

First Responder Oxygen Backpack For First Responders and Community Medical Teams 

The CorrMed First Responder Oxygen Backpack is designed to provide a flexible to use and easy to handle bag with all the quality you would expect from a National IPC bag from CorrMed. 


The First Responder Oxygen Backpack has been designed to be carried with a grab handle, adjustable and padded shoulder strap or as a backpack. 


Unique to this Community First Responder Oxygen Backpack is the external clear window access point which allows the oxygen cylinder to be in active use whilst being carried inside the bag. This is a direct request from our design collaborators who may need this flexibility whilst transporting patients. 


Two clear additional storage pockets are available in the lid of the bag and in addition, there are three colour coded internal pouches. All the pouches have clear lids, identification labels, grab handles and both tamperproof and waterproof zips.  


The CorrMed First Responder Oxygen Backpack has been designed to offer the ultimate in flexible usage. If two cylinders need to be carried, the First Responder Oxygen Backpack can be adjusted to become a twin cylinder backpack, whilst still ensuring room for your equipment. 


The bag is made from heavy-duty tarpaulin (Tarpex) in a 500-denier material weight, making it extremely durable, wipe clean and waterproof. All contents are secured in place with an external waterproof and tamperproof zip. 

Key Features

  • Heavy-duty, high quality materials. 500D waterproof tarpaulin & medical grade foil interior


  • Lightweight and practical size


  • Tamperproof and waterproof zips


  • Includes 3 internal colour coded pouches and 2 internal pockets

  • 100% wipe clean, Velcro-free


  • ​Option to switch pouches & carry two cylinders 


  • External pockets to hold backpack and shoulder straps when not in use

We are very proud

of what we’ve worked

on alongside CorrMed

and believe the National Response & National Medicines bag will make a huge difference to the industry.

Matt Gibson, Elite EMS

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