Medical IDs Featured on Recent Episode of The Doctors
Episode of The Doctors features medical ID products from American Medical ID.
Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 11, 2012
The Emmy Award-winning show “The Doctors” featured products by American Medical ID as part of their “Top 4 Ways to Prevent Medical Mistakes” episode. You can view the video here.
First airing in 2008,”The Doctors” has been touted as a groundbreaking show that addresses important health issues and provides relevant information about pressing health concerns. As part of their focus on ways to avoid deadly medical mistakes, they identified medical Ids as one of the easiest ways to help first responders identify any medical conditions.
Dr. Travis Stork wore an engravable USB dog tag from American Medical ID. He also cautioned against medical IDs that looked too much like everyday jewelry. “You’re wearing pearls around your wrist, I wouldn’t know whether to take that seriously or not,” said Dr. Travis Stork of The Doctors regarding what to look for in a medical ID bracelet.
The USB Dog Tag ID from American Medical ID is the first ever engravable USB medical ID. It allows you to engrave the most important medical details on the surface of the dog tag medical ID. It also allows for users to enter and store the rest of their medical information on the USB flash drive portable personal health file.
Since 1994, American Medical ID has created high quality, customized medical identification to meet our customers? everyday lifestyle. Medical IDs are available in a variety of bracelet and necklace styles for adults, teens and children. Every ID is personalized with complimentary engraving. Candidates for a medical ID include anyone living with diabetes, asthma, heart conditions, autism spectrum disorders, stroke risk or memory impairment;, persons with allergies such as food, drug or insect;, and those taking multiple medications or blood thinners. For more information about American Medical ID, visit http://www.IdentifyYourself.com, email info(at)americanmedical-id(dot)com or call 800.363.5985.
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