Paediatric SCRAM® Bag

An innovative solution to paediatric emergency airway management

Key Features

  • Invented by Paul Swinton and Neil Sinclair, Air Ambulance Paramedics, Scottish Ambulance Service and Dr John McCormack, Paediatric Anaesthetist & Adult Retrievalist, NHS Lothian
  • A system of advanced preparation and organisation of equipment
  • Provides a structured reproducible approach to paediatric airway management
  • Encompasses the neonatal to adolescent age range
  • Enhances the performance of paediatric airway management outwith the operating theatre
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The Paediatric SCRAM® line provides a structured reproducible approach to paediatric airway management, encompassing the neonatal to adolescent age range. This system of advanced preparation and organisation of equipment, set out in an easy-to-orientate age range manner, is designed to enhance the performance of paediatric airway management outwith the operating theatre.

The Paediatric SCRAM® line promotes the delivery of safe, timely, well-governed paediatric emergency airway management when getting it right first time really matters by:

  • reducing time to intervention
  • reducing error rate
  • reducing cognitive load
  • standardising practice
  • promoting good governance

Shipping will be paid for by the buyer in the amount agreed upon by the seller at the time of purchase. If an item is lost during shipping, the total cost of item, including shipping, will be refunded to the buyer by the seller. Shipping costs may be higher if shipping internationally.

Items are entitled to be refunded or returned based on complaint. If an item is damaged during shipping, a replacement item will be sent free of charge. If an item is unsatisfactory, a written explanation is needed before the item may be considered for a refund. Buyer must take into account the description of the item before requesting a refund. Exchanges are granted on a case-by-case basis.

  • Paul Swinton, Air Ambulance Paramedic, Scottish Ambulance Service, and co-inventor Adult SCRAM® and Paediatric SCRAM® line

    “Following the success of the Adult SCRAM® we received strong demand from the medical community for a Paediatric version of SCRAM®. This presented different challenges because one needs to take into account the broader size range of equipment required to cover the paediatric body size spectrum, ranging from around 3kg at birth to 50kg at adolescence, and at the same time have an optimal ergonomic design that improves task utilisation of equipment.

    We used the same philosophy and principles of the successful, Adult SCRAM®, took advice from paediatric pre-hospital, anaesthetic and critical care consultants and tailored the product to the specific requirements of paediatric airway management.”

    Paul Swinton, Air Ambulance Paramedic, Scottish Ambulance Service, and co-inventor Adult SCRAM® and Paediatric SCRAM® line
  • Graham Watson, Executive Chairman, Scottish Health Innovations Ltd (SHIL)

    “As the only organisation set up to work specifically with NHS Scotland on commercialisation activity, SHIL are delighted to have supported the extension of the SCRAM® portfolio. The Paediatric SCRAM® line combines the medical knowledge of front line health professionals, the commercial and project management expertise of SHIL and the capabilities of manufacturing partner OpenHouse. This type of collaborative partnership is an exemplar of translating innovative ideas into viable products that not only improves patient care but will generate a financial return to the NHS and inventors.”

    Graham Watson, Executive Chairman, Scottish Health Innovations Ltd (SHIL)
  • Marianne Murphy, Project Manager, Scottish Health Innovations Ltd (SHIL)

    “Following the success of Adult SCRAM®, and the established relationship with the inventors and manufacturers, we were able to quickly move this project from prototype development to manufacture and commercialisation. Additional advice from experts in paediatric medicine was a fundamental part of the Paediatric SCRAM® development process. The result is an extensive range of products to support safe, well-governed paediatric emergency airway management in a range of settings, across a diverse range of patient groups.”

    Marianne Murphy, Project Manager, Scottish Health Innovations Ltd (SHIL)