Medical Jewellery gives peace of mind to people with severe allergies and medical conditions. In case of emergency, all of your medical information is easily accessible to medical staff. EMTs routinely check the neck and both wrists of unresponsive patients to see if they are wearing a Medical ID.
What to put on a medical alert bracelet.
Space on medical ICE jewellery can be limited so it’s important to put the most pertinent information down. The basic information that you will need is: Your name Your medical condition/allergies Any medications that you might need (Insulin/EpiPen etc.) An emergency contact number with an area code If you have diabetes, make sure to note if it is Type 1 or Type 2. Here are some examples:
|Sarah O’Brien||John Smith||Mary Jones|
|Allergic to Nuts||Diabetes Type 2||Severe allergy|
|Carries an EpiPen||Insulin Dependent||to penicillin|
|Mother 087-7643820||020 12345678||01 2451245|
Each of the bracelets and necklaces allow for different amounts of writing to be engraved. If you need more space, look for a bracelet of necklace with a bigger surface for engraving.