The Patricia vegan medical bag is a contemporary backpack.

This classic, chic vegan medical bag has striking but timeless appeal.

Its interior is created with an elegantly organised network of pockets to carry essential medical equipment.

The Patricia has padded, adjustable backpack straps which can be tucked away neatly when not in use. It also has a top handle to enable it to be carried in hand.

This luxurious medical bag is made from eco-friendly, recycled materials and vegan leather and finished with beautifully detailed metal hardware.

H 38cm, W 29cm, D 16cm


  • Outer: Textured, woven rPET (recycled Polyethylene Terephthalate) with luxury vegan PU (Polyurethane) leather trim
  • Lining: rPET
  • Fold-over top with twist lock fastening
  • Easily accessible hidden phone pocket at the front of the bag
  • Wide opening, zipped main compartment
  • Main compartment comprising A4 document pocket, elasticated slip pockets suitable for carrying thermometer, pulse oximeter, sample bottles, blood tubes, medication, stethoscope. Large zipped pocket.
  • Padded laptop pocket accessed by separate zip opening to rear of bag
  • Secret pocket with magnetic clasp fastening at the back of the bag
  • Lightly padded, adjustable backpack straps which can be tucked away
  • Carry handle on top of the bag.
  • Lockable zip heads
  • IYASU padlock & key
  • IYASU bag tag and chain
  • Branded feet x 4
  • Dust bag included


  • Main exterior woven fabric: 100% RPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate)
  • Exterior vegan leather trim: 40% recycled post-consumer polyester + 37% polyurethane + 18% recycled pre-consumer polyurethane + 5% other (Calcium Carbonate)
  • Lining: 100% RPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate)
  • Metal hardware: Zinc alloy
  • Metal zips: Zinc alloy
  • Internal zips: 100% polyester



IYASU (pronounced I-ya-soo) is a luxury brand of medical bags, with sustainable, ethical fashion at the heart of its philosophy.

The brand was created by Dr Catherine Fernando, a Scottish GP. She envisioned a collection where beauty and functionality played vital parts. She also wanted that the bags reflect the needs and desires of the increasing numbers of female healthcare professionals.

It was important to her that the bags were made of the most eco-friendly and cruelty-free materials possible. And that they were produced without harm to the world, people or animals.