(PRWEB) January 16, 2013
Epilepsy medical id bracelet that looks like a watch (tells time) and contains the user's medical information. For those who have been diagnosed with epilepsy, they can now update and maintain their medical information right on the ALERT bracelet. This discreet medical id is no larger or bulkier than a normal wrist watch. The world’s first emergency bracelet watch works for all patients with epilepsy, works without computers, does not use a USB port and has no monthly or annual fees.
Wear it and it looks like a normal watch until the user presses ALERT. “We are proud to release the first modern alternative to an engraved medical bracelet for epilepsy patients,” says Stefan Solvell, President of e-pill Medication Reminders. “In an emergency, share your medical profile simply by pressing the ALERT button on your e-pill ALERT id bracelet and show your watch to the EMT or Emergency Room doctor. It comes preset with EPILEPSY.” (no engraving required).
The e-pill Epilepsy Emergency Id Alert Bracelet is sold for $99.95 (shipping included) and comes in silver or black with black Velcro strap with metal caduceus. The product is available today at http://www.epill.com/epilepsyid.html or by calling 1-888-726-8805. The e-pill ALERT makes a perfect gift for a friend or family member with epilepsy.
Boston based e-pill Medication Reminders (e-pill, LLC / Wellesley MA) has been In business since 1999 and offers a range of electronic devices to improve medication adherence / patient compliance and to allow patients to continue to live independently and maintain their freedom. The company’s products (“e-pill reminders”) range from electronic e-pill timers, id ALERT bracelets to locked Automatic ePill Dispensers that will alert a remote caregiver if medications are missed.
e-pill and ePill are registered trademarks. The e-pill ALERT is patented (US patent 6,560,165).
e-pill Medication Reminders
Stefan Solvell, 781-239-2941 or 1-800-549-0095
President & Manager e-pill, LLC
solvell (at) epill (dot) com
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