The Figaro Chain Medical ID Bracelet is a great option for anyone with
a lasting medical condition. Its neutral design makes it a good fit for both
men and women. A medical ID bracelet is designed to fit your active lifestyle alongside your mobile medical alert. The linked chain is made of stainless steel and is designed
to last. The medical ID tag is secured to the chain by two sturdy clasps which make the bracelet easy to remove or put on.
The Figaro Chain Medical ID Bracelet includes the medical
identification tag – you do not need to buy it separately. The tag comes with a
set of 16 medical condition stickers. Up to four of these stickers can be placed
on the reverse side of the medical ID tag for quick reference. The complete
list of medical conditions includes the following:
- Diabetes 1
- Diabetes 2
- Blood Thinner
- No BP/ needles left arm
- No BP/ needles right arm
- Penicillin Allergy
- Heart Patient
- Peanut Allergy
- Seizure Disorder
- Gastric Bypass No Blind NG Tube
- High Blood Pressure
- Drug Allergy
- Food Allergy
If you are unable to communicate in case of an emergency, your medical ID bracelet will inform medical professionals about your special needs. It will
speed up the process of an emergency response and will let you receive
appropriate care as fast as possible.
The medical tag displays a red star-of-life emblem on its front
side. It is visible and easily recognizable by medical professionals. Emergency
responders are trained to look for this symbol on the bracelet to ensure the
timely administrating of proper care. It’s a standard procedure for the first
responders to perform a thorough head to toe check – they specifically look for
medical wristbands and necklaces.
It can be difficult to diagnose an illness if the patient is
unable to communicate. The wrong diagnosis could lead to harmful consequences and unnecessary
medical treatment. Quick access to your medical ID will help prevent these mistakes.
Diabetishealth.com shares a story of how a medical ID bracelet
can speak for you when you can’t: “On a business trip last year, 28-year-old
Kerri Sparling, author of the diabetes patient blog Six Until Me, was sitting
at the back of a plane when low blood sugar caused her to begin sobbing
uncontrollably. A flight attendant approached and asked if she were nervous
about flying, which she was. "Yes...but no," Sparling says she
stammered. "'I have...I have...,' and I couldn't remember the name of the
disease I've been living with for twenty-something years." So she raised
her wrist and pointed to her medical ID bracelet. The flight attendant
understood immediately and brought her some juice. "That piece of jewelry
spoke for me when I couldn't speak for myself," Sparling says.
Medical ID bracelets are one of the best ways to prepare for a
Make the choice to protect yourself today and let the Figaro
Chain Medical ID Bracelet keep you safe.