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No, but...: The energy-enhancing items (like bracelets) sold to consumers have not been shown to help consumers. However, one's feelings are very subjective, so if a person really believes he is going to feel better by buying a bracelet and wearing it, he may truly feel better. The person these bracelets are most helpful to is the seller, as he gets to put more money into his bank account. ...Read more
Online: There are many online sources for this type of alert http://www.Americanmedical-id.Com/?Utm_source=msn&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=%7bkeyword%7d&utm_campaign=medical-alert-bracelet. ...Read more
What is the name of the symbol you see on a medical alert bracelet with a snake wrapped around a rod?
Caduceus: Caduceus.Get a more detailed answer ›
Trying to design a medical alert bracelet. What can I put on there to have paramedics check medication interactions before administating anything? I have several potentially major(if not lethal) interactions with the meds I'm taking as well as several m
See answer: You may want to indicate something like "Severe drug interactions: See wallet" and in your wallet list the medication you are on, the need to check for interactions before administering emergency medication, and any specific medication that you might be concerned about. ...Read more
ID bracelet: You should wear an id bracelet if you have a condition that can cause you to go unconscious and unable to tell others your medical history. Id bracelet would give people -- including doctors & nurses -- some idea of what's happening, even if you cannot be interviewed at the moment. Makes help easier to get, if something should happen that you need it. ...Read more