We can certainly say that this stainless steel medical alert bracelet is quite eye-catching. The pleasant contours of all the elements and the high-polish finishing exude elegance and style. The fold-over clasp is skillfully integrated and virtually invisible, and the ID plaque is prominent due to the engraved medical symbol.
A bracelet’s size is often the limiting factor with selecting a bracelet. Not so here. The total length of this stainless steel medical alert bracelet is 22cm, which ought to be enough even for large-wristed people.
At the same time, you can adjust the size to fit you by removing individual links (just like with a watch band). You can see more information on how to do that, check our our blog post Watch Link Removal: Adjusting Metal Bracelets Like an Expert.
In the end, we can say that with all other things considered, and including a competitive price, this bracelet is positioned as a bestseller in its category.
- Eye-catching and elegant design.
- High-quality stainless steel.
- Easily adjustable construction.
- Stainless steel medical alert bracelet.
3 frequently asked questions regarding medical ID bracelets
Who should wear a medical ID Bracelet?
Medical experts recommend that all those that suffer from certain medical conditions like diabetes, epilepsy, Alzheimer’s disease, heart or lung disease, or have a pacemaker or various allergies that may cause anaphylactic shock, should be wearing this bracelet. You can find a detailed list of conditions and treatments for which a medical ID bracelet is recommended on our blog post.
What to engrave on a medical ID bracelet?
You can simply put the name of a medical condition on your engravable stainless steel medical alert bracelet, for example: “TYPE 1 DIABETES.” In case of an allergy, something like: “ALLERGIC TO PENICILLIN.” If you have enough space, you can also add an emergency contact phone number. In any case, you should consult your doctor for selecting the most appropriate message to engrave.
Are medical ID bracelets useful in an emergency?
Absolutely! EMTs are trained to first look for any medical ID tags, and read that information so they can provide the treatment you need. You can read more about this topic in our blog post Medical ID Bracelets for Men: Facts You Didn’t Know. Remember, your medical ID bracelet speaks for you when you can’t!
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