It’s all about saving your life. And it starts by having
the right information during a medical emergency.
In the first critical minutes, EMT’s and medical
professionals need to make a quick diagnoses --
which helps them give you faster, more effective
treatment. It’s what all paramedics and emergency
responders tell us. A medical ID bracelet not only
tells responders of your medical health conditions,
it can also tell them about the medications you are
taking or shouldn’t be given. Your medical alert
bracelet tells EMT’s, nurses and doctors about
critical medical issues -- making every second count.
So if you’re at risk, it’s time to create your own
personalized emergency ID medical bracelet that’s
not only life saving, but is also a beautiful addition to
your fashion jewelry. It’s a stylish way to wear a
medical alert bracelet that looks more like the latest
fashions from Paris.
Toby was introduced to us at a Diabetes Symposium where she took an interest in our medical ID bracelets. She came to us after the event and asked if she could do a video on why medical ID bracelets are so important for those who need to wear one. Since Toby is a certified Diabetes Educator we'd like you to hear what she has to say on her website at http://www.diabeteseveryday.com/wearing-your-medical-id. After viewing this video we hope you will look around her website because the information she has is so helpful to the whole Diabetes community.
Toby Smithson founded DiabetesEveryDay.com to provide credible guidance and constant support every day to people with diabetes, and few could possibly be more qualified. She is a nationally recognized Registered Dietitian (a National Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics), and is a Certified Diabetes Educator. But most importantly, Toby has more than 40 years experience managing her own diabetes every day with “textbook” success making her a “diabetes lifestyle expert”.
Use the same medic ID tag with many different bracelet designs. It’s a simple idea that a lot of medical alert bracelet outfits are selling. And yet, for all the hype, too many so called “designer fashion bracelets” look just as ordinary and not much better than the simple metal chain bracelet they hope to have you replace. So what’s the difference? For starters, you have an artist and designer, Abbe Sennett, with a powerful track record for creating the unusual, something special, an artistic creation. After Abbe added medical alert bracelets to her jewelry business, she started Medical ID Fashions -- a division of Abbe Sennett Design. Now you have a real choice for a truly creative medic ID bracelet. A medical alert bracelet so stylish and versatile, you may want to wear it just because it makes you feel so beautiful.
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asthma, atrial fibrillation, autism, bee sting allergy,
bipolar disorder, blood thinner, cancer, breast cancer,
cephalosporins allergy, cochlear implant, contrast
dye allergy, copd, coumadin, depression, diabetes,
dialysis, epilepsy, factor V blood disorder, food allergy,
gastric bypass, gastric lapband, heart condition,
heart patient, heart stents, heart transplant, hearing
impaired, hemophilia, hypertension, hypothyroidism,
insulin dependent, kidney disease, kidney transplant,
lap band, leukemia, liver transplant, lupus, lymphedema,
lymphoma, manic depressive, mitral valve prolapse,
memory impaired, morphine allergy, multiple meds,
no mri, organ transplant, pacemaker, peanut allergy,
penicillin allergy, pregnant, RNY gastric bypass,
schizophrenia, seizure disorder, sight impaired, stroke,
stent, sulfa allergy, von Willebrand’s and other serious
conditions that require medic bracelets.
Providing critical life saving medical bracelets that don’t
compromise your sense of fashion is what drives the
designer and creator, Abbe Sennett. Abbe personally
thanks you for taking the time to consider what she has
to offer and hopes that you have seen a lot of bracelets
that fit your lifestyle. If you have any suggestions for
better medic ID products or how this website is
constructed, please write “Abbe” with your suggestions.