SCIG Infusion Travel Kit

Be Ready to Infuse Anywhere and Anytime with this compact, safe and organized SCIG Infusion Travel Kit

This summer I took my son to a baseball tournament in Nashville (Love that place!). We were away for a week, and of course I still needed to do my weekly SCIG infusion. Now, I have a lot of bags I’ve collected over the years, however none were really right for my infusion supplies. So, I went to work creating what I think is a versatile SCIG Infusion Travel Kit whether you just need to carry enough supplies to infuse during a daily outing or if you are taking a week-long getaway. I’ve gotta say I just love the way it turned out! I hope you do too!

Be sure you watch the YouTube video on putting together your SCIG Travel Infusion Kit (and subscribe to my YouTube channel so you never miss a new video!). I’ve listed all the links to the supplies (there are non-zebra options too) I used in my SCIG Infusion Travel Kit below. Once you get yours made, post a pic, show it off and be sure to share any ideas you have to improve our kits!

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Watch this video on YouTube.

Step 1: Print Out the SCIG Infusion Travel Kit Checklist

Step 2: Gather the Items You Will Need for Your SCIG Infusion Travel Kit

Insulated Cooler Lunch Bag Lunch Box Zebra Stripes (other colors/patterns available)

Sharps Container for Travel

Multi Purpose 4 Piece Mesh Bag

Zebra Print Black Luggage Tags

Small Trash Bags

Clean Buddies Hand Sanitizing Wipes Individually Wrapped

Aspercreme with Lidocaine Maximum Strength Pain Relief Cream

Sterile Mats

Koru Infusion Pump & “Hands-Free” Bag

Infusion Medication


Spikes and Red Caps

Alcohol Swabs, Cotton and Bandages


Flow Tubes


Any additional infusion supplies Including Infusion Log and Pen

Step 2: Sort Your Infusion Items Into the Mesh Bags

Here’s how I sorted my infusion supplies from the smallest to the largest mesh bag:

Smallest Mesh Bag-Pre-meds

Next Size Mesh Bag-Needles, Flow Tubes, Alcohol Wipes, Bandaids

Next Size Mesh Bag-Red Cap, Spike

Largest Mesh Bag-Sterile mat, Lidocaine, Syringes, Saline, Infusion Log and Pen

*The other items I place directly into the bag as you can see in the above video.

Step 3: Pack Up Your SCIG Travel Infusion Kit

Put the smallest mesh bag containing my pre-meds into the front zipper pocket. Next, put your pump, Sharps container, roll of trash bags and medicine into the bottom of the bag. Then, put three other mesh bags into the bag and zip it up!

Step 4: Fill Out Your Luggage Tag and Attach it to the Bag

That’s it! Now you’re ready to take off (literally!!)--So go be mobile!

Stay Strong My Zebra Friend!

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