No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
No Engraving
Addison Disease
Blood Thinner
Diabetes On Insulin
DNR(Do Not Resuscitate)
Pacemaker
Penicillin
Type 1 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes
Type 2 diabetes

Personalize Medical Alert ID Chain Link Bracelet Heart Shape Tag

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If you love someone with severe allergies or who has an underlying medical condition, an easy way to show her your love is with the purchase of our new piece of medical alert jewelry. Besides being a pretty piece of stainless steel heart jewelry, it may easily help save her life in a medical emergency where she is unable to communicate. Her stainless steel medical alert bracelet will do the communicating for her. Featuring the very recognizable medical help symbol, this sweet heart tag chain bracelet says it all and will give you both peace of mind. To stay in the fashion game, she can wear her new medical ID tag bracelet with other stainless steel jewelry or layer it with silver bracelets for an on trend look. This engravable heart tag bracelet secures with a lobster claw clasp, is lightweight at just 9.3 grams and will comfortably fit up to a 7.5 inch wrist. SKU: SGD-XKS138-AZ
Material: Stainless Steel, Enamel, Measure: Fits up to a 7.5in Wrist, Heart ID Tag .95in L x .85 W, Weight: 9.3 Grams.
WEAR A MEDICAL ID JEWELRY For Following Conditions: Alzheimer's, Autism/Special Needs Children, Blood Disorders, Blood Thinners, Diabetes, Dementia, Drug Allergies (i.e. Penicillin, morphine, sulfa), Emphysema/Breathing Disorders, Epilepsy/Seizures, Food Allergies, Hearing, vision, or mentally impaired, Heart Disease, Insect Allergies, Kidney Disease, Pulmonary Conditions, Sickle Cell Anemia, Surgery, transplant, cancer patients