Medline Emesis Bags, Blue, 24 Count
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- Can be used as a sickness bag
- Tie bag off at the ring to reduce contamination and smell
- Graduated markings to measure oz and cc/mL
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The Medline sick sack is a great product for a variety of uses. Great for morning sickness, doula use, ride-share or taxi services.
Product detailsPackage Quantity:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8.5 x 5 x 5 inches; 12.3 Ounces
- Item model number : NON80328Z
- Date First Available : May 14, 2012
- Manufacturer : Medline
- ASIN : B00839SNUE
Best Sellers Rank:
#44,246 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household)
- #97 in Antinausea Treatments
- Customer Reviews:
Emesis Bags, Sickness Clean-up, Clean Sack Size Ounces : 36 oz, Packaging : 100 Each Color : Blue, Latex Free. Can be used as a sickness bag Tie bag off at the ring to reduce contamination and smell Graduated markings to measure oz and cc/mL
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I'd recommend these to any taxi driver, limo driver, Uber driver, Lyft driver, Juno driver, Gett driver or anything in between.
UPDATE: Today I completed my 500th ride on Uber/Lyft. A few rides before I hit that magic number, I picked up these two people at a concert. The boyfriend had his wits about him, but the girl was completely gone. She couldn't walk for herself and fell asleep in my car. I handed the boyfriend the bag just in case. The girl was slipping in and out of consciousness, I turned on the air because it looked like she was sweating and just drove slow just in case. It was a 33-minute ride. She vomited at minute 29. The boyfriend was ready and waiting with this bag, and it was easy for him to hold while the car was moving because the plastic disc thing keeps it nice and open. It was right in front of her face and it was an easy target for her, yet she could still breathe easily as the opening was wide enough that it wasn't pressing against her face.
He slowly got out of the car making sure to hold the disc, so there was no spill, no mess, no fuss. She vomited about half a liter of mostly alcohol and the bag held up perfectly fine. My car had no smell, nothing on the seat and I went onto my next few rides. No one could've possibly known a drunk college girl had vomited.
Honestly if you are an Uber or Lyft driver (or just if you're a driver idk you do you man) and you DON'T have these in your car, you are among the stupidest drivers, my friend. These things meet a need. You don't think it'll happen until it does. I was prepared for it every day for three months and this disc made the difference between me cleaning my car and going home early and me going on to make another $100 that night.
Now, fast-forward four weeks. We decided to replace our aging car with a brand new Toyota Prius. Still traumatized from my recent vomit find, I vowed that I would develop a solid system to prevent it from happening again. The system includes Husky floor mats, antibacterial wipes, and these Emesis Bags. Because of the flanged ends, these bags are perfect for car usage and are easy to store. In fact, because the bags telescope, they take up relatively little space in the car. We now have our kids doing vomit drills in the car. Weirdly enough, I'm looking forward to seeing if the system works as smoothly as it does in the drills.
I also keep them in the car for cases of motion sickness. They’re so convenient; came in handy once when I was carpooling for a field trip and one of the kids got sick in the car. Nobody got splashed, it was easy to dispose of (they threw in all the napkins and wipes they used to wipe off his face), the bag is plenty large to hold lots of volume, and my car stay cleaned. Win!
If you have questions or found my review helpful, please let me know!
Had a rider this past weekend that go take home a souvenir when she couldn't make it back to the house before vomiting. We both appreciated the bags.
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Only thing I hate about it is that it's translucent. I kinda don't want to see what's inside after use😅
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