The MARK 1 Kit consists of four separate components: the Atropine
autoinjector, the 2 PAM Cl autoinjector,
the plastic clip, and the foam carrying case.
autoinjector consist of a hard plastic tube containing 2 mg (0.7 milliliter
Atropine in solution. It has a pressure activated coiled spring mechanism
which triggers the needle for injection of the antidote solution. The container
is white plastic with yellow lettering on green identification and directions labels.
The safety cap is yellow plastic attached to the clip at the rear of the container. The needle
end is a green plastic cap which, when pressure is applied, activates the spring mechanism.
The 2 PAM Cl
autoinjector is a hard plastic tube which dispenses 600 mg/2 ml of 2 PAM Cl (300 mg/ml)
solution when activated. It has a pressure activated coiled spring mechanism identical to
that in the atropine autoinjector. The container is clear plastic with black
lettering on a brown identification label. Directions are in black lettering on a
white background. The safety cap is gray plastic attached to the clip at the rear of
the container. The needle end is black plastic.
The clip is made of
clear hard plastic constructed to hold the pair of autoinjectors together while attached
to their safety caps. The safety caps are held flush to the bottom of the
plastic clip by a movable metal retaining flange. The clip container recesses are
labeled with black numbers: "1" for the atropine and "2" for
the 2 PAM Cl autoinjector.