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Floida to Electronically Track Alzheimers Patients

...lay their medical information reliably. MedicAlert bracelets bear a recognizable medical symbol on the outside and have the patient's medical conditions listed on the back. While Barnes worries that the MedicAlert bracelet could break off or be removed by the patient, Albrecht believes it is just as likely t...

Chuck the Charm Bracelets, Parents warned!

...300,000 of the 20-centimetre eight-inch long metal bracelets last week. Health Canada has issued a warning to cast away the bracelets in household waste. The bracelet becomes poisonous, if a child sucks or chews on the charm, though t...

Pain relieved by ionized bracelets

Ionized bracelets appear to be no better than a placebo when it comes to the relief of aches and pains. According to a new study by doctors at the Mayo Clinic, the majority of people with muscle or joint pain are hopeful that the problem could be relieved// by ionized...

Bar Codes For Prescribed Drugs

... to bar codes on patients' hospital identification bracelets to prevent giving the wrong dose or the wrong medicine. The bar codes would include such information as a unique product code number, a lot number and an expiration date. Such information would not only facilitate matching, but would aid in recalli...

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