Medical id bracelets, pendants, id tags and other medical id jewelry for children, men and women

Medical id bracelets, pendants, id tags and other medical id jewelry for children, men and women at affordable prices are featured below. The majority listed below are available in 10k and 14k yellow or white gold, sterling silver, stainless steel or titanium. You can even find some unique medical id bracelets with amber, amethyst, blue topaz, diamond, Mother of pearl, onyx, opal, turquoise or other gemstones.

If you or a loved one needed some type of emergency treatment or happened to be alone and unable to communicate, it would be extremely important to be wearing medical id jewelry If you're a family member of somebody with a medical condition, them wearing that medical id jewelry definitely gives you peace of mind knowing that in an emergency their jewelry can do their talking for them if they're unable to do so. Any medical emergency is bad enough, not wearing some type of medical id jewelry only makes that bad situation worse. None of us should want that possibility for our loved ones.

If you're a parent then you really do need medical id jewelry for your child. Did you know that children are more prone to have food, pet and seasonal allergies. About 10% of children are affected by seasonal allergies and about 8% of children have food allergies. Fortunately, most will outgrow them. The most common food allergies are eggs, fish, milk, peanuts, soy and wheat.

Symptoms of an allergic reaction can range from cramping, diarrhea, dizziness, hives, itching, nausea, swelling of the lips, tingling sensation in the mouth, vomiting to wheezing. Children can have any of these symptoms, but sometimes excessive crying, diarrhea and vomiting may be the only symptoms. These kinds of allergies can be life-threatening. A child definitely should have some type of medical jewelry if they have any of these type of allergies.

Here are some good reasons for you to have some sort of medical id jewelry:
Alzheimer's disease or memory impairment of some kind
Autism and special needs children
Blood thinners such as coumadin
Breathing disorders (Asthma, copd, cystic fibrosis, emphysema or other pulmonary condition)
Cancer patients
Cardiac patients (angina, arrhythmias, atrial fibrillation or pacemakers)
Clinical trial participants
Drug, food or insect allergies
Epilepsy or seizure disorder
Hearing impaired, mentally impaired or sight impaired
Kidney ailments
People taking multiple medicines
Rare diseases
Spinal muscular atrophy
Stroke risk
Tourette syndrome
Transplant patients

Some of us probably may not like the idea of wearing medical id jewelry Maybe you don't want other people to know you have a medical condition or just don't think it's pretty enough because it's not some fancy diamond or other gemstone jewelry, but those really aren't very good reasons at all and it really is something that should be done. None of us like to think that something bad is going to happen, but if it does it's just not realistic to expect a paramedic, nurse or doctor to be able to read your mind.

If a person isn't able to speak for themselves wearing a medical id bracelet or some other type of medical id jewelry will alert those attending to that person to what their health condition or allergy is. By not having it, a medication could be given that shouldn't have been, some medical condition could go untreated because nobody was aware of it or the proper treatment just wasn't done because nobody knew and were guessing on how to treat the patient and complications happened.