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Need a slightly more 'grown up' doctor's kit. Any ideas?

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SlightlyJaded Mon 13-Dec-10 18:51:26

DD (6) has decided she wants a 'real' doctor's kit for Christmas. This is a bit of a relief after wanting a 'real' princess for most of November but actually harder than it sounds.

She is 6, so of course she doesn't want 'real'. But I know what she means: not chunky plastic hammers - more of a realistic stethiscope, blood pressure monitor and prescription pad. I have surfed myself stupid looking but apart from this one which is nice but £44 quid!! I can't find anything that is targeted at the 'older' child.

Any ideas gratefully received. Thank you! Oh and suggestions for best nurses/doctor's dressing up too.

ps. Did think about making one up with real banages etc, but whilst I am happy to 'add' to a toy one, I think a real first aid bag will look too miserable and probably work out quite dear.

Thank you smile

zandy Mon 13-Dec-10 19:26:15 e--Doctor-Nurse-Vet-UK_W0QQitemZ330275131506QQcmdZ ViewItem?rvr_id=184265013969&rvr_id=184265013969&c guid=684e106b12a0a0e2024408d4fe44ef3f

zandy Mon 13-Dec-10 19:28:04

Just to add, that was just a quick google search, not a personal recommendation.

TheYuleLogLady Mon 13-Dec-10 19:29:27

get her real stuff so much more fun

TheYuleLogLady Mon 13-Dec-10 19:30:52

whole kit £25

latrucha Mon 13-Dec-10 19:35:48

That's fab yule log - Makes you think aboutpaying £16 for a plastic one from ELC, doesn't it.

frazzled74 Mon 13-Dec-10 19:36:04

there was one on the studio website, i think it was around £20.

TheYuleLogLady Mon 13-Dec-10 19:41:37

get scrubs too grin

TheYuleLogLady Mon 13-Dec-10 19:42:34

and a defib grin

CuppaTeaJanice Mon 13-Dec-10 19:47:51

Reading your thread title, I thought perhaps you and your DP were planning a few games of 'Doctors and Nurses' over the festive season!!! grin

Bingtata Mon 13-Dec-10 21:36:15

I've just looked at the one you have linked - you could do this:


Stethoscope and Blood pressure


Tweezers, syringes cheap from Boots (syringe you may even get for free if you are extra friendly at Pharmacy)

Cheap bandages - Poundland

About £22-25 depending on how many little bits you put in - you can print some prescription thingys yourself.

SlightlyJaded Mon 13-Dec-10 22:13:45

Fab brilliant - you are all wonderful - thank you!

Yulelog - that 'real' kit is amazing! Add a few bandages and put it in a real case and she's virtually ready to operate - I love it!

Cuppatea sadly, no. I am sure DH would be thrilled if I bought a nurses outfit (although you woudn't think so if you could see him slumped in front of footie at the moment) but not sure how he'd feel about me snapping on the gloves and extracting a scalpel grin

Zandy Bingtata - thank you. Great suggestions.

SlightlyJaded Mon 13-Dec-10 22:15:36

oooh I am loving the medical website. I am now channeling my inner Meredith Grey.

<now slightly less perky as feeling a bit of Greys Anatomy withdrawal)

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