A band is pretty much similar to a bejeweled bracelet. But the band that gets issued is pretty much more substantial. At least that is the intention. The moment your general practitioner or medical specialist recommends and registers you for a procedure that requires at least a very short stay in hospital, you can brace yourself. You can brace yourself to be branded. The band is going to mark you.
But it is brief, surreptitious and utterly impersonal. You are dog-tagged, in other words. This cannot be right if, say for argument’s sake, you are to be critically ill or suffering from a disease or condition that is going to be with you for the rest of your life. At least make it all worthwhile. At least let those who need to know in order to be of any assistance to you during those times that you will not be able to help yourself, know who you really are.
Give doctors and medical specialists welcome information by way of making a selection from some of the best medical ID bracelets ever produced. Conventionally speaking, it would normally only be possible to include a limited piece of information. The convention goes that, given the limitations, only the most important or salient information on your medical condition will be included. But what if it could be possible to include so much more that could be of help?
Welcome to the era of digital technology and software advancements. Thanks to the exceptional and judicious or advantageous use of software and digitization, every shred of information can be included. What if your entirely life story could be told? Certainly, your entire medical history, from the day you were born to the present time can now be included in just a single bracelet.