Alert Bracelet: Electronic vs. Engraved Medical Alert Bracelets (Medical Data Bank on your Wrist)

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Alert Bracelet: Electronic vs. Engraved Medical Alert Bracelets

Medical Data Bank on your Wrist: If you have ongoing medical conditions, drug or food allergies, or are taking multiple medications, we strongly recommend you wear a medical alert ID (traditional medical I.D. or electronic medical I.D. | Electronic Wrist Bracelets: Learn more

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    An electronic medical ID bracelet or necklace (pendant kit) speaks for you in an emergency, when you might not be able to speak for yourself. Listen to the Medication Error RADIO Ad.

    Did a Healthcare Professional
    advise you to wear a Medical Alert ID?

    Symptoms of common ailments can easily be misdiagnosed. Prompt (and correct) diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. A brief description of vital medical facts stored in your CADEX medical ID may ensure appropriate and timely medical care.

    Many medical errors occur simply because of mistakes made upon admission or discharge from your hospital. Wearing a CADEX medical ID may help protect against potentially harmful medical errors.

    What is a traditional medical I.D.? | ORDER e-pill CADEX

    A traditional medical jewelry I.D. may be made from Silver, Gold, Stainless Steel or Sterling Silver. Once it is engraved it may not be changed. Our electronic medical alert ID may be changed as often as you like, but requires a battery. We recommend that the battery be changed once a year or when the display begins to dim. See a short YouTube video how the e-pill CADEX works. We recommend that patients use a traditional medical ID AND an electronic medical ID.

    Who should wear an electronic (or traditional) medical I.D.? A medical IDs may eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones.

    Common Medical ALERT Conditions

    Drug (medication) allergies (example Penicillin)
    Heart disease (angina, atrial fibrillation, pacemakers)
    Blood anticoagulants/thinners (coumadin/warfarin/aspirin)
    Insect allergies (such as bee sting)
    Food allergies (such as peanut allergies
    Alzheimer's patients
    Memory impairment
    A.D.H.D. / A.D.D.
    Patients in Clinical trials
    Cystic Fibrosis
    Epilepsy, seizures
    Hearing, sight or mentally impaired C.O.P.D
    Kidney (Dialysis) patients
    Parkinson's Disease (PD) patients
    Transplant patients

    An electronic medical ID bracelet giving an overview of your conditions, allergies and medicitions may alert a doctor, nurse or medic before starting any treatment.

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