Medical ALERT Bracelet concealed as a Wristwatch
Discreet ID Bracelet in your Watch
90% of emergency responders look for a medical ID / medical alert bracelet or pendant. If you are wearing a medical ID (traditional or watch) it will not be missed. Learn moreDIABETES - ORGAN TRANSPLANT - EPILEPSY - COPD
Easy Setup = Now Pre-Programmed with Your Medical ConditionNow instead of wearing an engraved medical bracelet that announces you medical condition, you can wear a Digital Medical Alert Bracelet Watch that is also a time keeper.
Did your nurse, pharmacist, doctor or healthcare professional advise you to always wear a medical alert bracelet?
In an emergency (ICE), when you might not be able to speak for yourself, a medical alert bracelet watch may speak for you.
Prompt diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. Many common ailments can easily be misdiagnosed. A brief description of vital medical facts ensures appropriate and timely medical care. Wearing a medical alert bracelet may protect you against potentially harmful medical errors.
Medical IDs can eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions, and prevent a minor emergency from becoming major one.
If you have ongoing medical conditions, drug or food allergies, or are taking multiple medicines, you should wear a medical alert bracelet. Informing medical personnel about your unique medical conditions and needs will greatly aid pre-hospital care.Are you a candidate for the CADEX Medical Alert Bracelet cleverly disguised as a watch?Diabetes, Heart disease (angina, atrial fibrillation, pacemakers), Drug allergies (such as Penicillin)
, Blood thinners/anticoagulants (Coumadin/Warfarin), Food allergies (such as peanut allergy), Insect allergies (such as bee sting), Alzheimer`s, Dementia, Memory impairment,
Anemia, Arrhythmias, Asthma, Autism, ADD, ADHD, Bariatric surgery patient, Blood disorder, Breathing disorder, Cerebral Palsy, COPD, Cystic Fibrosis, Emphysema, Epilepsy, Kidney failure, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson`s,
Special needs children, Stroke risk patients, Organ transplant patient, Tourette Syndrome