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Hopkins Medical Products Introduces the Enhanced 2012 Rolling Med Bag
Date:2/29/2012

BALTIMORE, Feb. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Hopkins Medical Products has finalized its 2012 enhancements of the Hopkins Rolling Med Bag.  This enhanced bag now has scuff guards, larger wheels and a 2 3/8 inch ground clearance. It meets current healthcare guidelines for good bag technique and home healthcare best practice.  It features a laptop section, "clean/dirty" sections, separate sharps container pocket and a compartment for the caregiver's personal items.  The bag is made of a durable 600D waterproof poly fabric that is easy to clean.  The Rolling Med Bag was created with the mobile healthcare professional in mind.

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"We are all about continuous product improvement," said C. Louis Klug III, Vice President and General Manager at Hopkins Medical Products.  "In today's dynamic customer environment, we are constantly getting feedback from the end user on how to modify our products to make their job easier."

For over 66 years, Hopkins Medical Products has taken pride in its tradition of providing quality products for quality care.

About Hopkins Medical Products

Established in 1945, Hopkins Medical Products specializes in designing and providing unique and hard to find healthcare products for nurses, physical therapists and healthcare aids for home healthcare, hospice and assisted living and hospital setting.  The company produces the largest selection of professional home healthcare nurse bags in the world.  Most nurse bags meet OSHA, JHACO and HIPAA guidelines.  In addition, Hopkins Medical is involved in the manufacture and distribution of medical supplies including but not limited to sphygmomanometers, stethoscopes, single patient MRSA kits, spill kits, thermometers, pulse oximeters and diagnostic supplies.  

For more information Hopkins Medical Products, visit www.hmponline.com or follow Hopkins on Facebook


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