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Hey, fellow students!

I would love to hear some advice on the padded medical bag to carry supplies! Mostly needed for my clin. med class (things to put in include BP cuff, stethoscope, oto/opthalmoscope, hammers for reflexes, + a whole bunch of other things).

 

Would love to see what worked for you! Links if possible. :)

 

Thank you!

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