||Medical History Bracelet
|The IETF announces the CARE Medical History Bracelet, an easy-to-use electronic medical bracelet. Created by GC Publishers, this device can be loaded and viewed from any computer, MAC or PC.
Filling out the clipboard in the doctor’s office can be challenging, especially for people with essential tremor. A patient with ET (or a caregiver/family member) can create a personal health record using the CARE Medical History Bracelet. This record can then be printed out or viewed by healthcare providers and emergency personnel.
This comprehensive health record contains vital emergency care information such as
• blood type
• medication types, dosages, and schedule
• emergency contacts
The information is stored safely on the bracelet and can be viewed on any computer. No internet service is required to share this vital information. The bracelet is simple to edit at any time. The bracelet offers easy, immediate access to this information for routine and emergency visits to a healthcare provider.
Ninety-five percent of all EMT’s are trained to look for the medical alert symbol on the wrist or around the neck in the form of the “old school” charm bracelet. The CARE Medical Bracelet takes this idea one step further.
The medical alert symbol is prominently displayed on the wristband, EMT’s and Emergency Room Personnel can easily plug the USB flash drive, housed within the bracelet, into any laptop or computer to retrieve life-saving information.
The bracelet can now be purchased at a discount price. Also, a $5 donation will be made to the IETF to aid in essential tremor research and awareness initiatives.
To learn more and order the CARE Medical History Bracelet, visit medicalhistorybracelet.com. Enter the code IETF to receive $2.00 off the purchase price of the CARE Medical History Bracelet with Premium Software (retail price/$29.99).
To order by phone call 210-681-3840 and mention the discount code. For any other devices ordered from CARE Medical History Bracelet website, a $3.00 donation will be made to IETF.