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Re: [IP] pumps for IDs



Jan,
I think that would be an EXCELLENT idea!!  Maybe they could do something
like MedicAlert does, where the EMT or hospital can call in and get all the
info they need.  Then we wouldn't need to wear the separate jewelry!!

> > Here's a strange and random thought... What about
> > partnering a Medic Alert ID tag up WITH the pump
> > somewhere?  If I were an EMT and saw a davice hooked to
> > a patient's body I might just be curious enough to look
> > for an identifying tag on it somewhere.
> > - -Sara G.
>
> I would think that an EMT looking at the pump could call the 800# and give
> them the serial#. Wouldn't that then give an identification of the person?
> That is if the pump was not a second-hand gift. Perhaps the pump company
> could have more extensive records than a name, address, phone.
> Jan H
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