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

Personalized Identification Medical Alert ID Bead Bracelet Stainless

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Personalized custom engraved featuring the globally recognized symbol that will alert any medical professional to an underlying medical condition, our newest medical alert tag bracelet will complement her everyday chic too. This pretty piece of medical ID jewelry will be the most practical piece of stainless steel jewelry that she buys this season. Crafted entirely of stainless steel and featuring an ID tag that is slightly curved for a very comfortable fit, this medical ID bracelet is made of 6mm bead balls that are linked together perfectly. The curved ID tag is secured with two lobster claw clasps for an easy to put on and easy to take off feature she is sure to love. This stainless steel medical alert jewelry bracelet is lightweight at 14.1 grams and will comfortably fit up to a 7.5 inch wrist. It will look sensational with other stainless steel jewelry or worn layered with other stainless steel bracelets for women SKU: SGD-XKS131-BT-E
Measure: Fits up to a 7.5in Wrist, 6mm Beads, ID Tag 1.5in L x .35in W,
Weight: 14.6 Grams
Material: Gold Plated Two Tone Stainless Steel
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