Medic Id Bracelet

kittenpurr1
By kittenpurr1 Latest Reply 2012-10-26 12:36:37 -0500
Started 2011-03-25 12:43:05 -0500

This is something everyone should have that has medical problems, and incase you were in an accident and couldn't provide information- this is a live safer, the bracelet is on sale, I have one and they are great. You can even swim in them. It lets you list medications, doctr, contact info, emergency contact, and lots more, different sizes and different colors.
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In an emergency, the bracelet can be plugged into any computer, providing instant access to your complete health history including:


19 replies

Gulcherboy
Gulcherboy 2012-10-25 16:30:50 -0500 Report

While I don't have this model, I have a medic alert bracelet — in storage in a chest-of-drawers in my estranged wife's bedroom. I figured that because my family insists there is nothing wrong with me and my employer insists there won't be anything wrong with me until I have chronic and permanent shortness-of-breath, there is no point in wearing it.

HeartHawk
HeartHawk 2012-10-26 00:37:15 -0500 Report

G-man,

Wow, that is a unique perspective by all the groups your mention. Makes you wonder how such conclusions are arrived at.

HH

Heart-Healthy-Bob
Heart-Healthy-Bob 2012-01-11 06:02:50 -0600 Report

Thanks for the reminder! I've been wearing one for about 5 years, but it just dawned on me — it is not up to date. For example, when I got it I had been diagnosed as diabetic. But through lifestyle changes I've been able to elimate that problem from the list. Time to update…

kittenpurr1
kittenpurr1 2012-10-26 12:36:37 -0500 Report

I need to update mine too. The thing is only one hospital here uses them. Glad you improved the diabetes, I wish I could- I was diagnosed with diabetes on 1/25/2011- lots of changes, and no one - really informed me on the things to do.

tinman101
tinman101 2011-08-12 16:04:46 -0500 Report

women can use either bracelet or necklace, men should use the bracelet. Emergency personnel don't always check men for a necklace. I am a former fireman and first responder.

junejmg
junejmg 2011-07-25 02:41:54 -0500 Report

kittenpurr1,you are 100% right about the medical id to have on you. my hubsand didn't have his about 10 yrs ago when he had major stroke,first having mild stroke with other medical problems.If he had his medical id info I truely believe he would of been treated better when he had his major stroke.Thanks for letting everyone know how inportant it is to wear one at all times. june

kittenpurr1
kittenpurr1 2011-07-25 04:30:42 -0500 Report

I think anyone that has any medical problems, especially life altering things needs one of these. Thank you.

berrykins0
berrykins0 2011-06-02 08:52:40 -0500 Report

yes you should it helps then give you the medical attenition you need quicker.so they don't do something or give something that interfere with health problems you. plus it's quicker then them finding out if you have medical problems thruogh your primery doctor.

LennyDenny
LennyDenny 2011-03-25 13:16:09 -0500 Report

This looks great, thanks for the info. I was told I should be wearing something and have been putting it off. See I not only have heart problems but I'm diabetic and have asthma and emphysema so this would be great. I'll let you know how it works, I went ahead and ordered one. Thanks again.
Denny

kittenpurr1
kittenpurr1 2011-03-25 20:18:40 -0500 Report

I have one, I got the black one, so it goes with everything. These are awesome. The price was good again, because at times they are 34.00, but I thought this would help so many people. If you have had surgeries that you want to list- I would put them under the medications part, and you can update this all the time, all the meds you are allergic to. It's really, a life saver, if you were in a position and you could speak, this is your voice for you- so to speak.