VooDoo M3 Tri Fold Empty Medical Bag

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This is the same bag used in our Medium Trauma Bag and Multi-person Kits. Lots of space, just big enough to carry vital equipment and small enough to be carried over your shoulder easily.

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  • 5
    strong and lots of space

    Posted by Yohana on 6th Apr 2020

    Very well made.

  • 5
    Lightweight, Organized and Built Tough

    Posted by Susan on 5th Mar 2019

    Hands down, the VooDoo M3 Tri-fold bag meets the needs of seniors preparing for family and community emergencies. The thoughtful design of the bag is what caught my eye initially--one for more mundane injuries such as bee stings and minor cuts, a second dedicated to stopping bleeding from larger lacerations and a larger third compartment to hold bulkier supplies and instruments. The separate compartments make it so much easier to evaluate what you really need for each type of medical trauma. Single-compartment bags seems to encourage putting "everything but the kitchen sink" in them, making them bulky and ensuring that something crucial might be left out. Fully loaded, the medium trauma bag weighs about 20 pounds. I haven't finished stocking mine completely, but I think that's a fair estimate of its final weight. My brother and I are tall strapping people in good shape for our ages, able to lift and carry more weight than most people. Nevertheless, gravity is not our friend as we age. A 20-pound load is something that most adults can handle easily. Lighter is better, especially if durability is part of the bargain. I love the workmanship of the medium trauma bags. All seams are sturdy and well-finished, and I haven't even found a stray thread left over at the end of a seam. This might be something to keep in your vehicle. You never know when you might be that person, the one who provides aid during the crucial golden hour which makes all the difference in survival rates.