Medical Info

After getting notified that you have to wear a medical ID, you have to decide on the types of significant information that has to be recorded on your medical ID tag. If you have a medical background like that of a doctor, nurse, a job in a medical ID tags firm etc, then it won’t be a big deal for you. But for the rest of the people, this can be a tough task. Medical companies and their staff, knows the value of having the right information recorded on the ID tag, so as to be of use in any and all unforeseen emergency situations. We will assist you in all the steps of the engraving process.

Keep in mind that when there's a medical emergency you may not be able to talk and that medical ID may save your life. You wear it to be your voice when you don't have one. That's why you need to have engraved on the medical ID tag all the data the professionals will need when they arrive on the scene. Put medication names on, but make sure you say whether it's because you're taking it or because you're allergic to it. Write "Taking Sulfa" and not "Allergic to Sulfa" if you're on that medication.

The only time you need to indicate if a number is a cell or work number is if you listed several numbers for the same person. The best way is (C) for cell phone, (w) for work, (H) home and (DR) for your doctor. Small text on a single line will become larger on the engraving. If you space the tag evenly, it will be much easier to read. ALso, you can save space with allergies by saying peanut allergy instead of allergy to peanuts. You can customize all emergency tags, bracelets, and charms with your information without paying more. You don't need to worry about keeping up with that old wallet card anymore. And if you put the information on your ID jewelry it means it will always be available, even if there is no phone around. for work, [h] for home and [DR] for your physician.

To help legibility, keep lines evenly spaced and limit the number of characters used, so that text size can remain large. For example, say "Peanut Allergy" rather than "Allergic to Peanuts". All emergency tags, bracelet and charms can be custom engraved at no additional cost. Old torn up wallet cards are no longer an issue. Your medical information will now be accessible to emergency personnel at all times, with our without having a phone present

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