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  • StickyJ Medical ID
  • (727) 823-9500
  • StickyJ Medical ID 10801 Endeavour Way #B Seminole, FL 33777

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StickyJ Medical ID and sister company Thoughtful Impressions have been family owned and operated for more than 21 years. The company is led by CEO Lori Torman, who has an eye for great quality and classic styles. In the early days of medical id bracelets (we're talking 1960's), medical alert bracelets were pretty boring -- basically engraved metal tags with curb link chains. The same styles were offered for children, just smaller (no wonder kids didn't want to wear them). And, by the end of the 20th century things hadn't improved that much. Lori was among the first to recognize that medical id's could be fashion conscious, and in 2005 launched designs in leather as well as stainless, and introduced polyester kids medical id bracelets that had cute designs. The sport strap line of child medical id's she introduced nearly 20 years ago is still the most popular line of children's medical jewelry on the market today. And, we now produce more than 100 different styles of medical alert bracelets and necklaces for men and women. Our engraved bracelets are individually custom engraved by our team of master engravers, ship within three (M-F) business days from the date you order, and all products come with a 90 warranty against manufacturing defects. Please come and shop with us today. It will be our pleasure to serve you.

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What Should My Custom Diabetic Bracelet Say?

What Should My Custom Diabetic Bracelet Say?

27th May 2022

Choosing your Diabetic bracelet should be fun! You get to pick a piece of jewelry that will look amazing and can help keep you safe. Figuring out what to engrave on your bracelet shouldn’t be hard either.

Red Sports Strap Diabetic Bracelets

Follow these 5 easy steps for the Best Diabetic Bracelet Engraving!

Step 1:

Your condition – be as specific as you can. Think about how long you want it to take the medical responders to figure out how to help you.

Common Diabetic engravings and abbreviations include:

Diabetes | Diabetic | T1 | T2 | T1 Diabetes | T2 Diabetes | Diabetes Type I | Diabetes Type II

Step 2:

Your Name – First and Last. In order for first responders to get your medical records and let your ICE contacts know who they have. You may lose your purse or wallet, so having your name clearly engraved on a medical ID is a safe bet.

Step 3:

classic stainless steel diabetic bracelets

Insulin Situation: Are you insulin dependent or do you need an insulin pump? This is important information for first responders.

Add to the Diabetes condition:

Insulin Pump | Ins.Dep | Insulin Dependent

Step 4:

Medications or allergies: Any long-term medications are good to list (don’t worry about dosages). Listing severe food and drug allergies is crucial to avoid accidental drug administration.

Step 5:

Emergency contact information: Who do you want to be notified first if something were to happen to you? Emergency contacts aren’t just there for you, these contacts are helpful to nurses and doctors if you’re unconscious.

If there’s room add a second number or a doctor’s number.

  • ICE 727-123-5658
  • 727-125-5489

FOR kiddos with juvenile diabetes, add as many numbers that space allows

  • Mom 727-222-5869
  • Dad 727-111-8569
  • Dr. 504-888-5869

If you have Diabetes, the engraving on your diabetic bracelet should look a little like this:

  • Diabetes
  • Lori Smith
    insulin pump
    ICE 999-4848
  • Diabetes 1
    Barry Smith
    IDDM <– (Insulin Dependent Abbreviation)
    ICE 504-727-6565
    DR. 504-903-8541
  • Diabetic
  • Type II
  • Chris Smith
    Coumadin
    DR. 727-454-0003
  • Diabetes
  • Alex Smith
  • No PCN
  • Meds- see card
  • ICE 504-542-6868

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