A Medical ID tells your story when you can't speak for yourself...
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If you have ongoing medical conditions, allergies (ie. drug, food, stings, bites etc.) or you are taking multiple medicines, you should be carrying your
Personal Medical Information (PMI).
Ensuring that medical staff are aware of your medical conditions is essential, and can greatly aid pre-hospital care, too.
Engraved bracelets or dog tags are expensive and can be intrusive, which is why many people who would benefit from them simply don't use them.
Now there is a great alternative!
By simply carrying your PMI Tag, you'll have your unique QR (Quick Response) code on your key chain.
This will alert the attending doctor or emergency medical team about everything they should know to give you the help you need.
This very affordable solution also has the benefit of being quick to update in the event that your condition or medicines change.
Why are Medical IDs Critical?
- In an emergency, a medical ID can speak for you if you're not able to speak for yourself; it can speak for your children in situations where they don't understand the problems that they have.
- Symptoms of common ailments can easily be misdiagnosed. Prompt diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. A brief description of vital medical facts engraved on your Personal Medical Information Tag ensures appropriate and timely medical care.
- According to a published study, half of all medical errors occur because of mistakes made upon admission or discharge from the hospital. Having your personal medical information available helps to protect against potentially harmful medical errors.
- More than 95 percent of emergency responders look for a medical ID; more than 75 percent check for a medical ID immediately upon assessing the patient. If you have a medical ID, it won`t be missed.
- Medical IDs can eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones. Medical IDs save lives! One day, your Personal Medical Information Tag may save you.
You should ensure medical professionals know about the following conditions and more...
Diabetes - Heart disease (angina, atrial fibrillation, pacemakers) - Blood thinners/anticoagulants (Warfarin) - 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
participation - COPD - Cystic Fibrosis - Emphysema - Epilepsy, seizures - Impairments of hearing or sight - Hypertension - Kidney failure -
Mental health issues - Multiple Sclerosis - Parkinson`s Disease - Rare diseases - Special needs children - Stroke risk - Surgery, transplant or
cancer patients - Tourette Syndrome.