Monday, October 5, 2009
If you have an extreme allergic reaction to any drug then you really need to wear Medical ID Bracelets. It is vital that any medical professionals that attend to you are made aware of the situation. There are circumstances where you maybe unconscious or rendered non-verbal and you cannot depend on someone being there to provide the information for you.
Medical ID Bracelets save lives, there is no doubt about that. Paramedics confirm that if you wear a Medical ID Bracelet with the distinctive medical alert symbol on it that is improves the chances of you receiving the appropriate treatment. This is because all emergency professionals are trained to spot these medic bracelets. The Medical ID Bracelet should be worn at all time because you never know where and when it will be needed.
Choose the Medical ID Bracelet with care. It must have a prominent medic alert symbol on it. This is what the emergency services look for. The bracelet itself can be customised to reflect your style and personality is doesn't have to be one of those ugly bracelets of the past. These days you can have the metal of your choice, the links and medic bracelet can be chosen to be as unique or as understated as you want.
A great deal of care should be taken when choosing the wording that you want engraved on your medic alert bracelet, try to keep the wording simple and make sure that you check any spellings for your condition or any drugs that you are prescribed. You can have both sides of your bracelet inscribed so do not shorten the wording so much that it doesn't make sense. You should consider including:
• Your name.
• Your Doctors contact number.
• Any allergies that you have.
• Any medical conditions
• Any medication that you are on.
Of course Medical Alert Bracelets are a must have if you suffer from a drug allergy but they also make great gifts if you have a loved one that suffers from a drug allergy. If purchasing one as a gift you must that all the details that you have inscribed on it are accurate.
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article by Michael Derad