Packed in a robust red bag with an inner drugs bag, all of the items are very high quality and readily accessible. This enables the user to manage a wide range of circumstances and health care needs, ensuring that they can carry out their tasks or simply enjoy their expedition in the best possible health and manner.
This kit has been designed by Tim Beacon, the Managing Director of Medical Aid International who has a Post-Graduate Diploma in Travel Medicine. He is the author of “The Gap Year Handbook, an Essential Guide to Adventure Travel”, has taught on military medical courses and regularly travels to remote and challenging environments.
The kits have been issued to UK teams going to Sierra Leone in the current Ebola crisis as well as other deployments.
I am pleased to report that the equipment arrived safely in Mwanza… I can confirm that all the large items were present …All the instrument sets were in order… The quality of the surgical instruments is superb. As promised, you included an enormous number of extras, the largest of which was a multifunction patient monitor. There are two ambulance emergency kits, a large range of anaesthetic equipment and vast supplies of surgical disposables. There are surgical scrubs and white gowns as well. Thank you for your efficiency and generosity. The people of rural Tanzania will most definitely benefit.
One of the easy we can make budgets go a long way is the sensible use of equipment no longer required in the west. This recycling is very effective. Please do contact us for further details if you think you have equipment of any sort that may help.