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Wednesday, August 26, 2009

medic alert necklace- An affordable lifesaving tools.

For those who are already wearing a medic alert necklace or bracelet definitely have no question on mind whether this medical alert things are really a useful material and is this things really an affordable lifesaving tools.To answer and clear all civilian minds on this matter, there are a few things we have to know before purchasing any medic alert necklace,charm or bracelet.

Firstly we have to know and specify what kind of medical ID we should wear and If we are unsure whether we need to wear a medical ID tag,we must search or consult our physician or pharmacist or doctors.For information a person who should wear these medic alert material partially are:-

* Diabetes
* Heart disease (angina, atrial fibrillation, pacemakers)
* Blood thinners/anticoagulants (Coumadin/Warfarin)/even aspirin
* Drug allergies (such as Penicillin)
* Food allergies (such as peanut)
* Insect allergies (such as bee stings)
* Alzheimer's/Dementia/Memory impairment
* Anemia
* Ankylosing Spondylitis
* Arrhythmias
* Asthma
* Autism
* ADD/ADHD
* Bariatric surgery patients
* Blood disorders
* Breathing disorders
* Cerebral Palsy
* Clinical trial patients
* COPD
* Cystic Fibrosis
* Emphysema
* Epilepsy, seizures
* Hearing, sight or mentally impaired
* Hypertension
* Kidney failure
* Mental health patients
* Multiple Sclerosis
* Parkinson's Disease
* People taking multiple medications
* Rare diseases
* Special needs children
* Stroke risk
* Surgery, transplant or cancer patients
* Tourette Syndrome

Secondly we have to know from where we are buying these medic alert necklace,medical ID tag,charm and medic alert bracelet. If we know from where we are going to get all these medic alert things probably we can consider this medical stuff are really an affordable lifesaving tools.

The third things we have to know what are the criteria of medical alert we can get from buying all of these medical material from seller such as :-

1)personalized engraving or sizing
2)online medical registry 24/7 access
3)membership fees
4)free engraving warranty

If we already completing all 3 things above now we can consider whether all that medical material really an affordable lifesaving tools or is just another expensive medical equipment without considering the use of that medic alert stuff.

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2 comments:

Rachel Burr said...

Congratulations! This is the great things. Thanks to giving the time to share such a nice information. telemedicina

ahmad arsad said...

you are welcome!