Fisher-Price Medical Kit
|Price:||$12.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Preschoolers will love to play doctor or nurse with this handy medical kit
- Everything stores easily in the soft doctor bag
- Lots of accessories for great role-play fun!
- Play pieces include stethoscope, blood pressure cuff with "working" pump, otoscope, thermometer, syringe, and bandage
- Carry and go with this handy medical bag!
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
Ready for a House Call?
Let your little doctor take care of you with their Fisher-Price Medical Kit, and watch the imaginative play unfold! Feeling feverish? Hmmm. Better take your temperature with the “sick-to-well” thermometer. Time to check your heartbeat with a stethoscope that really works! And if your little doctor thinks it’s necessary for you to receive a shot with the spring-loaded syringe, just be sure you’re very brave!
The Doctor Will See You Now
Visiting the doctor can be stressful for little ones. But playing with the Fisher-Price Medical Kit, pretending to be the doctor instead of the patient, can go a long way to make kids feel more in control and confident on their next trip to the doctor.
The Right Prescription for Development
Grabbing the stethoscope to check out their “patients”, spinning the gauge on the blood pressure cuff, squeezing the syringe when it’s time to give a shot—it all helps your little doctor develop and grow fine motor skills and finger dexterity.
What's in the box?
Includes working stethoscope, blood pressure cuff with spinning gauge, “sick to well” thermometer, pretend otoscope, spring-loaded syringe, bracelet-style bandage and soft bag
- Imaginative play for aspiring little doctors
- Check your heartbeat with a stethoscope that really works!
- Helps develop fine motor skills and finger dexterity
- Realistic actions and responses from medical accessories
- Playing doctor can help increase confidence in their next doctor's visit
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
This one comes in a cheap cloth bag, which is difficult to stuff the bulky stethoscope into. Things will also fall out of it and spill out of it since the top is closed only by a small piece of Velcro. The plastic "band-aid" that comes with it fits around no one's arm, mine is too big and the kids' are too small. The syringe and otoscope are fine, nothing to report there. The blood pressure cuff is absolutely huge, it almost fits around my thigh! How is that for a child?? The stethoscope is impossible to hear anything out of, due to poor construction. It is also impossible to hear anything out of because the ear pieces are gigantic-- they do not even fit in my ears. I understand not wanting small objects in a child's ear, but the size of these things is obscene.
There are better items out there, many at the same cost or slightly more, and some even cost less. I've seen them online and also in toy magazines. My advice is to check out those first.
This kit was recommended by a nurse to help get my daughter over her fears of getting her blood pressure taken, heart rate, shots....etc....
After having this kit for a few weeks; we just went to the doctor and she was as calm as can be w/ the doctor and all his tests. It has to be b/c of this kit that helped w/ her familiarity of all the gadgets.
1) It says it has a real working stethescope. Like the other reviewers here, to say it's a "working" one is stretching it, it's hard to hear the heart through it. The worst part though is that having it on your ears to wear actually is uncomfortable. My daughter said it hurts to wear.
2) The blood pressure tool was kinda funny, it secures closed with velcro that is so far apart that it was very loose on my husband! It literally falls off my child. So we added more velcro to it.
3) The bag is closed with one small square of velcro allowing the tools to topple over when you toss the bag into the toy bin or if the child spills it.
And all that from a brand I expected more from. Hmmm. I'm currently looking at a nicer set from Target made by "Parents" company, it has more tools and a real latching doctors box.
The bag is green in color and not of cotton but made of cheap polyester material.We expected at least a cotton bag which is highly recommendable for a child. The Kit contains a stethoscope, blood pressure cuff with "working" pump, otoscope, thermometer, syringe, and bandage.
The stethoscope which is described to work did not work in our case. The ear tip of the stethoscope is so broad that it does not fit in ear be it child or be it adult. it always falls down. How can a child check the heart beat if the ear tip does not stay in ears !!!!
The blood pressure cuff is of such a length it does not fit in hand properly though the spinning gauge works nicely.
“Sick to well” thermometer has two sides. If someone has fever it will show sad face and temperature 101.2/38.4 and if well temperature shown is 98.6/37 with a smiling face. The know at the end of the thermometer can be turned to change between sick or well temperature.
The otoscope and spring-loaded syringe works nicely.
The bandage is bracelet styled which is a bit weird. My child wears it as bracelet and does not want to consider it as a bandage.
Our child is also upset with this kit as she can not use the stethoscope and blood pressure cuff properly.
Overall, The quality which we expected from Fisher price highly disappointed us for this medical kit.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am giving this as a gift. I had one of these in the 70's. Glad to see it hasn't changed much at all! I loved playing with this as a kid.Published 11 days ago by J Dub
Great little set. My son really wanted a "medical bag" and this worked for a cheaper price than target.Published 19 days ago by Hannah Curtis
Just like the one I played with as a kid with some updates. The only problem was the blood pressure band is way too big for even my arm so my daughters get frustrated trying to put... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Steph R
Bought this because my 2 year old was scared of doctors. After demonstrating to her what all the tools are for, she's now all about being a doctor for all her stuffed animals. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Jason
My granddaughter finds it fun to play and learn about the body, as best she can at 34 months.Published 1 month ago by Little Jimmie Dickens