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Adult SCRAM™ Bag
£159.84 – £319.68 Exc. VAT
In stock (can be backordered)
The Adult SCRAM bag is an Emergency Airway Bag providing a structured approach to airway management when getting it right first time really matters. It forms a system of advanced preparation and organisation of equipment and drugs; promoting the delivery of safe, timely, and well-governed pre-hospital emergency anaesthesia.
- Surgical kit dump – pull-out panel rapidly deploys the surgical, weighted airway kit dump. Once deployed it offers a “clean slate” to work off and its colour clearly indicates a change in approach from the previous attempt at intubation. It can be set up overlaying the original kit dump or easily removed from its VELCRO® Brand Hook and Loop attachment to set up a second kit dump for a planned surgical airway
- Gross motor indicators – (yellow & blue tags) signpost the location of the relevant equipment required for the intervention, and to help reduce cognitive load. (i.e. yellow denoting surgical airway, blue denoting equipment for thoracostomy)
- Drug storage loops so you can have drugs (pre-drawn drugs) for emergency anaesthesia readily available
- Checklist pouch which is clearly visible and easy to access.
- Secure storage of laryngoscopes, HEM filters, pre-filled syringes for RSI, and rescue devices
You can find the full recommended kit list here.
For further information visit paulswinton.com or watch the below video
|Dimensions||35 × 48 × 13 cm|
|Designed to Hold|
Elastic Loops, Foam Padding, Fold Away Hinge Boards, Internal Didivers, Locking Sliders, Reflective Printing
|Choose your bag||
Adult SCRAM only, Original Bundle – Adult & Paediatric SCRAM, Adult Bundle – Adult & SCRAM RX
1 review for Adult SCRAM™ Bag
Questions and answers of the customers
Answered by the admin
At the moment this is only produced in English.
Tim Leeuwenburg –
Lovely kit, top quality – unreadable zippers, hardwearing and lovely feel and colours
Rare to see such attention to detail – this bag works well for prehospital care as well as in-hopsital (CIU/CT transfers, MET calls etc)
See video review here from Down Under