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A medpac (also med-pack, medi-pack,[2][3] or medi-kit) was a small first aid kit that contained limited-utility diagnosis equipment and other essential medicines for the treatment of wounds. Medpacs could also be called health packs.[4]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

A medpack usually contained diagnostics such as medisensors and also could provide flexclamps,[2] synthflesh,[2][3] irrigation bulbs,[2][3] bacta, kolto, spray-bandages, bacta patches, spray hypos, bone stabilizers, antiseptics, medical drugs, coagulants,[1] stimulants such as stim-shots, and other essential medicines for the treatment of wounds.

Usage[edit | edit source]

A medpac in use

They were standard-issue for Imperial stormtroopers and were the standard method of treating minor injuries or providing crisis care in the civilized portions of the galaxy.

Variants[edit | edit source]

A medkit was a bulkier variant used aboard starships.

During the era of the Old Republic advanced medpacs were also frequently available. These kits contained a more extensive array of equipment, than the standard medpac, for the treatment of serious wounds. Furthermore, in rare instances, a life support pack was obtainable at some of the more exclusive traders. This item contained highly advanced dermal regenerators and other necessary medical equipment for the treatment of life-threatening wounds.

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Appearances[edit | edit source]

A Rodian medic trades the sale of a medpac

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