The Life Bag is a wearable medical kit concept for UNICEF designed by Kyuho Song, who took it upon himself to create a life-saving pack to provide aid when natural disasters like typhoons and earthquakes strike.
Song's concept kit is designed much like a wearable first aid kit, except that it is loaded with a high-tech tablet so that records can be stored and shared efficiently through the UNICEF Hub. The case itself is designed to open in a way so that the tablet can be used without blocking access to various medical supplies. The kit has spots for medicine and various ultrasonic attachments, suited for a range of purposes from treating heart and abdominal ailments to pregnancy.
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