Under the Sea Medical ID Bracelet

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Under the Sea Medical ID Bracelet
$34.95

5 (2 reviews)
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  • 7.5" total length with the ID tag
  • Tag dimensions are 1 1/2" x 1/2"
  • Stainless steel durable clasps
  • Variety of pearl gray and clear beads

Product Description

The Under the Sea Medical ID Bracelet is not only stylish, but is also a great way to inform emergency responders of a medical condition. Medical ID bracelets are one of the most cost-effective methods to stay safe and get help fast during medical emergencies.

Gone are the days when the medical ID tags looked giant and clunky. The Under the Sea Medical ID Bracelet is the opposite of bulky and cumbersome. Don’t let its delicate design fool you into thinking it is not durable – the gray pearls are held together by a sturdy steel wire.

This medical ID bracelet's neutral tones allow you to pair it with almost any outfit. It also stays snugly on your wrist, ensuring that you live comfortably and stay stylish.

The medical ID tag on the bracelet can be customized with the following 16 medical conditions:

  1. Diabetes
  2. Diabetes 1
  3. Diabetes 2
  4. Blood Thinner
  5. Coumadin
  6. No BP/ needles left arm
  7. No BP/ needles right arm
  8. Penicillin Allergy
  9. Heart Patient
  10. Asthma
  11. Peanut Allergy
  12. Seizure Disorder
  13. Gastric Bypass No Blind NG Tube
  14. High Blood Pressure
  15. Drug Allergy
  16. Food Allergy

The medical ID bracelet comes with 16 stickers, each containing one of the medical conditions. Up to four stickers can be placed on the reverse side of the medical ID tag for quick and easy reference. The other side of the tag displays a red star-of-life emblem. Emergency responders have been trained to look for this symbol on the bracelet if the patient is unable to speak for themselves.

Some of the symptoms of these medical conditions are very common and often are shared with other conditions. It can be difficult for the first responder to diagnose the right condition based on the symptoms alone. It can also take too long to identify the underlying illness and administer the right treatment. In an emergency situation, it is crucial to receive help quickly. When you are unable to speak up, the medical ID bracelet will do it for you.

Not wearing a medical ID tag with your health condition can lead to unsafe medical situations. Misdiagnosis could result in unnecessary treatment, or worse, harm to your health.

Most medical professionals agree that the best location for a medical ID tag is on your wrist, or around your neck. When the star-of-life is on you, not on your backpack or other personal item, it can be easily found by emergency responders. First responders are trained to perform a thorough check of medical ID tags, especially on the neck or wrist. Wearing your medical ID in a visible location will ensure quick medical treatment.

Mayoclinic.com describes how medical tags help people receive the care they need: “Medical ID bracelets are an excellent way to expedite treatment and avoid misdiagnosis during an emergency. Paramedics are trained to look for medical ID bracelets. Both high and low blood sugar can lead to unconsciousness, coma, seizures and death. If emergency care personnel need to look through your wallet or purse for a medical ID, treatment may be delayed. And if a person is behaving oddly or has lost consciousness, bystanders are more likely to call for help if they recognize that the problem is medical, rather than related to drugs or alcohol.”

Nobody plans to have a medical emergency, but it’s a good idea to be prepared. The beautiful Under the Sea Medical ID Bracelet will give you peace of mind and ensure you get the quick medical attention you need. 

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Trevor P (Saginaw, MI)
I purchased this product for my mother and she loves it. Thank you very much. This is an absolute lifesaver.
Posted on 2/5/2016
Happy with it!
Jennifer (FL)
I don't really need a medical system yet, but this is something that I feel safer having.
Posted on 8/27/2014
 

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