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Nanook Industries Narcotic Kit


Paramedics administer narcotics, and because theÜgovernment controls the process, regulations are involved. Narcotics need to be locked and accounted for on a twice-daily basis. They also need to be in a container that will protect them from breakage. TheÜNarcotic Kit fromÜNanook Industries offers an improved way to protect and secure narcotics. A custom die-cut foam insert protects the vials, ampules or syringes, while the tough plastic case can be secured with aÜnumbered tag or padlock. A clear plastic lid lets you check expiration dates without breaking the seal.


Dimensions: 7Ü/" x 5Ü/" x 2Ü/"

Colors: Black, blue, red, yellow

Cost: Call for pricing




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