CARE Medical History Bracelet Says it All for You


I just had my mom end up in the hospital screaming in pain from a spinal injury. Having a medical emergency is never a picnic, and dealing with fear and pain is tough enough as it is, so worrying about whether you’ll even be capable of telling the doctor everything they may need to know can just make matters so much worse. The pain was so severe mom couldn’t focus on anything, worse, she has a severe allergy to narcotic pain medicines. That had potential to end in complete catastrophe.

Sure, we’ve had Medic Alert bracelets for years, but we needed something that could provide more information, and in much greater detail than ever before. So let me introduce you to CARE Medical History Bracelets. With easy to use, preloaded software that allows you or your loved ones to enter or update their health history on a computer, complete with medical conditions, allergies and medications, and then download them directly to the band’s memory device, it may just be a true life saver.

You simply need to wear the colorful CARE Medical History Bracelet and in the event of an emergency, medical staff can plug the bracelet’s USB drive into any computer, and immediately access all your critical medical information.  Quick access to this crucial information can not only help expedite your care, but can also play a key role in saving your life, or the life of someone you love.

CARE Medical History Bracelets are durable, waterproof and latex-free, display the internationally recognized Medical Alert Symbol, and comes in a variety of colors and sizes, and if brightly colored bracelets are just not your style, the medical history  device also comes in a keychain style or wallet card, which you can find at for under 25 bucks.

3 reviews or comments

Scot Morgan Says: October 16, 2013 at 7:06 am

I had one like this the problem is EMT and hospitals will NOT put a USB into their computer for fear of viruses! These are not safe! If you want safety use Medic Alert where an operator will be there 24/7 with all of your information and can notify your contacts. These are ONLY good for storage. Do NOT use them as an ID bracelet as they will NOT work! Just a heads up.

Julie Says: October 16, 2013 at 7:34 am

You have always got to come up with a personal touch haven’t you? Its either your mom or husband or kids in each of your articles. Makes me wonder how much of it is actually true.

Julie Says: October 16, 2013 at 8:32 am

Hi Julie! I never thought about that. The stories really are TRUE! If it helps, I look for stuff to write about based on personal experience. My mom had issues providing her Dr. medical history info and it scared me, this was a gadget I found that could have possibly helped.

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