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Squids work in emergencies

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How Squids Work in an Emergency 1
Emergency happens
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How Squids Work in an Emergency 2
Scan barcode or go to website
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How Squids Work in an Emergency 3
Alert contacts
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How Squids Work in an Emergency 4
Read medical profile
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How Squids Work in an Emergency 5
Help patient

 

Squids work in Doctor's office

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How Squids work in doctor's office 1
Visit doctor.
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How Squids work in doctor's office 2
Show doctor Squid Medical ID.
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How Squids work in doctor's office 3
Flip over Squid to read URL and Code.
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How Squids work in doctor's office 4
Doctor types in URL and Code in browser.
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How Squids work in doctor's office 5
Doctor can view and print your medical profile.


Testimonials

Amy and her wonderful service dog : Forever connected with their Squid IDs

April 14, 2016

Amy is a frequent flier in emergency rooms. “I have a couple of rare autoimmune diseases, and I tend to pass out in weird places. I used to carry a three-ring binder with all of my medical history. I passed out in festivals, and the EMTs and ER doctors had to look up my conditions online. They had no idea what was going on.” With her new ID from My ID Square, the binder can go to the dustbin. “Now that I have the ID, the ER doctors can pull up all of my diagnoses, allergies, and medical history right away. I have used it multiple times for emergencies and hospital visits. Physicians and EMTs love it.” Amy is always... Read More...

"Now I show this to my physicians and they all say, ‘Wow, this is great," says Stephanie about her Squid ID

January 25, 2016

Managing a chronic condition such as Multiple Sclerosis requires juggling physicians, specialists, and a frequently changing list of medications. For Stephanie, keeping track of everything was a serious job: “I kept a spreadsheet in excel before getting my Squid.

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Crystal chose a Medical ID from My ID Square to make ER visits much easier

November 14, 2015

Crystal’s daughter is on the autism spectrum and has several chronic conditions, including one that is “so rare that few medical professionals even know about it.” Because harried and frightening visits to the ER are more likely for Crystal, her daughter’s Squid ID is especially helpful.

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About My ID Square

My ID Square makes fun, stylish traditional and "smart" medical ID bracelets, medical alert jewelry, custom engraved medical ID tags and charms.

Our smart medical IDs, called Squid Squares and Squid Tags, connect to a powerful online medical profile and alert contacts in an emergency.
The online medical profile is included with the cost of the Squid. 

 If you have a chronic medical condition, take medication, have a food or other allergies, or just have a lot going on medically, than wearing a medical ID is important.  Here is a list of just some of the conditions and people who should wear a medical ID bracelet or medical alert necklace:

Food Allergies

Corn
Dairy
Egg 
Fish
Milk
Nuts
Peanuts
Shellfish
Soy
Wheat

Non-Food Allergies

Amoxicillin
Aspirin
Contrast Die
Insect Stings
Latex
Morphine
NSAIDs
Penicillin
Sulpha

Medical Conditions

Autism
Asthma
Diabetes
Epilepsy/Seizure Disorder
Heart Condition
Stroke
Kidney Disease
Mental Illness
Hypertension
Thyroid Disease

Medical Devices

Pacemaker
Insulin Pump
Cochlear Implant
Artificial joint
Medication Port
Cardiac Defibrillator
Other implant

Taking Medications

Coumadin
Cancer Medication
Warfarin
Blood Thinner 
Multiple Medications
Insulin Medication
Seizure Medication
High Blood Pressure
Thyroid Medication