Who should wear a medical ID?
Diabetes - Heart problems and implants - (angina pectoris, atrial fibrillation, pacemakers - Anticoagulant treatment) - Drug allergy - Food allergies (eg peanuts) - Insect allergies (eg bee stings) - Alzheimer's disease, memory impairment. Hypertension - Institutional risk - Pulmonary disease (asthma, COPD) - Renal failure - Emphysema, breathing disorders - Anemia, blood diseases - Epilepsy, seizure disorders - Hearing, visual or mental disorders - Children with special needs (autism) - Tourette's syndrome - Surgery , transplant and cancer patients - Participation in clinical trials. People Taking Multiple Drugs - Rare Disease / Blood Type - Sickle Cell Disease - Caregivers - Gastric Bypass Surgery - Arrhythmias - ADD / ADHD - Patients With Bariatric Surgery - Cerebral Palsy - Cystic Fibrosis - Mental Health Patients - Multiple Parkinson's Disease - Patients in Clinical Trials
Allergic reactions to drugs, food, or insects can cause serious health problems. The Medical Identifier informs medical personnel about allergies, allowing them to quickly respond to serious allergic reactions. Allergens are plentiful. Here are some common examples:
Anticonvulsants: Carbamazepine (Tegretol), lamotrigine (Lamictal) - Analgesics: aspirin; ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) - antibiotics: penicillin, amoxicillin, cephalosporins (cefaclor), mycins (erythromycin) - drugs: codeine, morphine - food: nuts, wheat, dairy products, soy - others: horse serum, insect bites, datex , X-ray dye: