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Over 60 million Americans have a medical condition, which should be immediately known by first responders in the event of an emergency. Conditions such as Diabetes, Alzheimers, food allergies are just a few examples. Patients on medications such as coumadin or warfarin and those with heart disease, epilepsy, asthma or allergies to Penicillin should wear a medical ID.
Medical ID tags have taken on a new look with our engaging collection of Lauren's Hope jewelry. The old fashioned plaques are a thing of the past. We have beautiful medical ID tags that will accessorize any attire and also provide life saving medical information.
Once informed that you should wear a medical ID the next important step is to determine the important information that needs to be engraved on your medical ID tag. If you are a doctor, nurse or work for a medical ID company this task isn't typically that difficult, but for every other person on the planet it can be quite daunting! Here at Lauren's Hope, we understand the importance of having the proper information engraved should an emergency occur and we are here to help every step of the way when it comes to engraving your medical ID.
That's a question we are asked each day at Lauren's Hope and a question that you, at some point, may have asked yourself. There are common misconceptions that by wearing a medical ID you are labeling yourself or bringing unwanted attention to your condition or diagnosis. The truth is that medical Identification can be, and often times is, life saving.
The children's medical identification bracelets and necklaces designed by Lauren's Hope will please any youngster. If children don't like something, they are likely not going to cooperate. Our brand new medical ID necklaces appeal particularly to children, making it more likely that they will wear their medical ID necklaces every day--and leave them on!
Who needs to wear a medical ID bracelet? If you’ve been diagnosed with a chronic condition, have food or drug allergies or take medications then you should wear a medical alert.
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