. Anyway, I thought I’d throw in my 2 cents about personal contact info. I use Dynotags, I buy them on Amazon. They have QRcodes that when read take the viewer to a personal info page. If I remember correctly, you can have up to 5 pages of data. charm bracelet. View attachment 253747
Im about $15 to $ 25. One time cost, no monthly fees and no batteries. What I really like is that I can go on line to my page and edit my info as often as needed. New meds, change of meds, allergies, anything you want instantly available to responders in real time.
Ok I know, this is a dollar’s worth, lol.
It looks to be pretty self-explanatory. Now, if you're in the middle of nowhere, with no internet service it's not going to do you any good, but if you had nothing on your person about your history you'd be in the same position. But once they got you to a medical facility they are sure to have access at that point.
It's been awhile, but I think it still stands true. The first responder is concerned that you air way is open, your breathing, and you got a pulse. From there it's stop bleeding, imobilze, package, transport. More likely the hospital will be the one accessing this kind of data. Hopefully the first responder has done a proper head-to-toe, found the device, and reported it on arrival.
This phrase is the start and end of so many road stories.... lolAnd all because I "thought" I could make it.