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The SCRAM Bag 2.0 Ready For Shipping and Dispatch

The SCRAM Bag 2.0 has officially been launched as of the beginning of this month, and is ready for dispatch […]

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Sam Proctor

The SCRAM Bag 2.0 has officially been launched as of the beginning of this month, and is ready for dispatch within 1-2 working days.

To develop this bag we have worked with SHIL, who supported the development of the SCRAM (Structured Critical Airway Management) System, which is a structured and reproducible approach to airway management from Paul Swinton and Neil Sinclair.

The SCRAM System has had immense success in the UK and in Australia, in use with air ambulance teams, trauma teams and emergency departments.  Due to this, the product has gone under further refinement and development to create a new and improved model of the system; the SCRAM 2.0.

[vc_gallery interval=”3″ images=”20567,20568,20569,20570,20576,20575,20572,20573,20574,20571″ img_size=”full”] Many features that have proved successful have made a comeback with this new edition such as the stencilled kit dump to enable optimal organisation during stocking, weatherproofing, and the ability to have all equipment and consumables readily available.

The SCRAM 2.0 also brings an array of new features; the new weighted surgical kit dump which provides a “clean slate” to work off and its colour indicates a change in approach.  It can be set up overlaying the original and removed from the hook and loop attachment.  The new SCRAM 2.0 also includes gross motor indicators, which signpost the location of the relevant equipment and assist in reducing cognitive load. High contrast colours draw attention to the “working kit dump” and drug storage loops hold drugs ready for an emergency situation. A checklist pouch has now been added, along with secure storage and lockable zip sliders.

More information, including a spec sheet can be found on the SCRAM Bag’s product page, and it can also be ordered there.

Further information can also be found on SHIL’S own website, as well as Paul Swinton, co-inventor and Air Ambulance paramedic with Scottish Ambulance Service discussing his experience working with SHIL.

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Sam Proctor
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Sam Proctor