Over the years, we’ve created a great range of videos relative to our products and medical safety. Below you’ll find our video collection complete with transcripts.
Hi, this is Dominick with Sticky Jewelry and today I’d like to tell you about our sports strap bracelet. These bracelets look great and are perfect for runners. They feature a printed medical symbol, a 316l stainless steel interchangeable plaque and have reflective stitching for added reflect-ability. The strap is adjustable for the perfect fit. Our sports strap bracelet comes in multiple colors and you can buy a set or just one.
Hi, I’m Chris and Hi, I’m Barry. We’re with Sticky Jewelry and here at Sticky Jewelry we produce medical and personalized jewelry and we’ve got a very fun line of medical identification silicone bracelets today. Yes and we’re going to talk about some of the benefits of going with silicon versus traditional and also what makes it unique. You know, there are people who need to have a medical identification bracelet, because they’ve got a chronic medical condition. It might be Diabetes, Asthma, Epilepsy so they need to be able to wear a bracelet in the case that they can’t speak for themselves, the bracelet speaks for them. That’s very true and cool thing about these is that they’re very easy to put on and to take off too. They’re a fun line. They’re really easy to put on and to take off for that matter. The nice thing too is that this plaque can be removed and put on any other color of these bracelets. Just get the one plaque with many plaques and move it around.
That’s great and a couple comments about the plaque. It’s made out of the highest quality stainless steel. 316l stainless steel. They come pre-engraved also with different medical conditions. It’s important to have that kind of engraving on there. Printing comes off and stamped in stuff is hard to read. The beauty of this metal plate is that it’s always going to be readable. Check it out, the silicone medical bracelet line from Sticky Jewelry.
Our safety clasp bracelet features a surgical steel clasp that requires two hands to fasten and two hands to open. So, it’s nearly impossible for someone to put it on or take it off by themselves. to open and two clasps to close. It’s the perfect clasp for loved ones who pose a wonder risk and others who should wear an ID for their own safety. Choose StickyJ bracelets with safety clasp for individuals with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, other forms of Dementia and Autism.
StickyJ Medical’s safety bracelets are adjustable in size and come in sixteen colorful designs. The bracelets feature a nylon polyester strap and a snap lock clasp that’s harder for young children to open. Once mom has snapped the clasp into place and tucked the remaining strap inside, the bracelet remains secure. The surgical steel tag on the front of the bracelet is engraved with a special deep etching process to make it last for a long time and color is added to the letters using lead-free paint. Any of the child’s personal information is engraved on the back. Along with moms and dads cell phone numbers. the tag can be transferred to a different strap so you can purchase one tag and several straps for variety. And the straps are washable. it’s the perfect solution for young children especially those attending preschool.
Hi, my name is Shea and I’m an employee here at Sticky Jewelry. A common question we receive is who should be wearing a medical ID. Doctors recommend that anyone with a medical condition should be wearing a medical ID at all times especially children. Now, these medical IDs can influence standard emergency procedures, provide an accurate diagnosis and speed up care which can potentially save your life. Now a lot of our IDs are designed to be very fashionable and fit in with today’s styles. This can bring up a concern, such as what if the first responder doesn’t notice that I am wearing medical ID jewelry? Our response is this, many of these first responders are trained to check any jewelry on your person to see if it is medical ID jewelry. A recent medical study published noted that one-half of all errors occurred during admission or discharge from the hospital and we believe that wearing our medical jewelry can substantially reduce this risk. Now, there are four main things that we recommend having a medical ID and there are couple more that you can add if you have the additional space and I’ll go over those in a moment. On the first line, we would recommend having your name so that they can immediately identify you. On the second line, we would want any medical conditions or allergies such as peanuts or bee stings. On the third line, want medications or medication allergies. Now, differentiate between the two. If you are listing a medication, put the dosage next to it. if you are listing an allergy, write allergy next to it. On the next line, write capital I capital C capital E and then an emergency contact number. ICE stands for in case of emergency. Now, if there’s not enough room, it is okay to omit the ICE we just simply want to make it easy for responders. We all know that they are very short on time. Beyond those first four lines, if you have additional space, think of anything that will be helpful for first responders. Such as EpiPen in a backpack for a child that’s at school, but has a peanut allergy. If you don’t have enough room on the ID for all of your medical conditions you can have see wallet card engraved on there and you can get a free wallet card from us when you check out, list all of your conditions on it and put it in front of or behind your driver’s license. So those are all of my recommendations, thank you for watching our video and please stay tuned for any others that we create to help you out.
For any additional questions you may have about our medical jewelry, their care and how to go about purchasing our medical ID bracelets and more, please email us at email@example.com or call us at (866) 497-6265.
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