Universal Medical ID

We all wear at least one piece of jewelry, but have you ever thought how such an accessory can save your life?

handsIf you happen to be allergic to drugs, food or insects; if you have chronic or rare medical conditions or just taking multiple medicines or blood thinners, then you should consider getting a medical ID.
This could help you a lot in case of an emergency!

As an answer to the question above, consider wearing a medical alert bracelet, necklace or watch engraved with your unique medical ID!

Hope it helps!

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Those medical ID have very nice model…Have these being socialized to the paramedics?

Yes, I think so…

I make it a point to carry my medical details like blood group, known allergies and past conditions on a card in my purse all the time. Getting a medical id also sounds like a good idea.

I think this is a very good idea. So along with my card whereby i pledged my eyes and whatever other organs they can make use of, i shall now do this as well.

Yep, it’s a good idea, I just see some of the privacy paranoid crowd putting up barriers to this happening. The checks and balances required will make it tough to implement in the real world.

Having a Universal Medical Id is really important. It should contain all important health conditions you have and its history. This would be very helpful in emergency cases.

Wearing a Universal Medical Id is a good idea. Besides that it is stylish, be it a necklace, bracelet or watch it really would come in handy on emergency cases. You must indicate any allergies that you have, your blood type is very important, other sickness such asthma, diabetes and other medical conditions you may have.

Sounds like a great idea. Specially if you have known allergies that need to be recorded.

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