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Medicines Backpack

Medicines Backpack for emergency services paramedics 

The CorrMed Paramedic Medicines Backpack provides an optimally designed bag in terms of external dimensions, weight and internal layout as well as infection control materials. The medicines backpack is designed to provide a secure and specialised bag for controlled medicines used by the emergency medical services. 

 

The Paramedic Medicines Backpack is a very practical sized bag with a variety of carry options including backpack straps, over the shoulder strap and grab handles. The medicines bag is lightweight and the dimensions make this a really popular system for paramedics. The efficient internal layout provides all the space required to carry medicines in a safe, secure and organised manner. The bag features versatile internal storage for medics and clinicians including netting, elastics, pouches and specialist tablet holders. 

 

The bag is made from heavy-duty tarpaulin (Tarpex) in a 500-denier material weight, making it extremely durable, wipe clean and waterproof. 

Key Features

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

  • Lightweight and practical size. 480mm (h) x 270mm (d) x 340mm (w)

  • Tamperproof and waterproof zips

  • Includes 10 internal colour coded pouches 

  • 100% wipe clean, Velcro-free

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  • Option to swap base pouches to create a First Responder Backpack

  • Flexible carry options: Backpack, shoulder strap and grab handle 

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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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