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About our Medical Bags

CorrMed Shop present a variety of durable and highly practical medical bags which have been ergonomically built to a prestigious quality. Our medical bags are bespoke to the health care market, aiding ambulance crews, doctors and first responders. We’re always trying to enhance the efficiency of clinical staff and therefore helping the well-being of patients. We ensure that our medical bags provide the desired room for your equipment and medicines whilst remaining tidy and organised. As part of the design, you’re able to easily adjust the internal sections by removing the dividers if more space is required, or equally this helps ease when cleaning. The light weight aspect to our bags make them perfect for being on the move due to their enhanced mobility.


Knowing exactly where your equipment is kept is crucial, as when in demand you’ll want instant access to the required equipment. We have therefore developed highly purposeful internal medical pouches as well as a vaccine pouch. These can be removed if necessary, however they help maximise clinical time. Our medical bags also vary in size allowing you to choose a bag most suitable to you and your equipment. Our bags are also designed for comfortability as they’re built with a padded shoulder strap which can be removed if necessary.  The shoulder strap also features a bayonet fitting for use as a belt to attach external pouches.


Our medical bags have been specially developed to be waterproof with a padded protection to prevent damaging and interfering with the equipment and medicines. We also provide multiple colours of medical bags to suit the users within the health care market. As well as this our medical bags differ from universal to Entonox, oxygen to drug kit bags. We are leading suppliers of innovative bags within the UK. Our bags feature added infection properties, shop now!



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