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Halse Leather Medical Alert ID Bracelet in Navy & Tan - Personalised

Halse Leather Medical Alert ID Bracelet in Navy & Tan - Personalised

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This striking modern chunky watch style bracelet is made in gorgeous navy blue genuine leather with contrasting tan leather detail. The strap is 10mm in width.

All our bracelets include:

  • FREE PERSONALISED ENGRAVING
  • FREE VELVET TRAVEL POUCH
  • FREE UK SHIPPING
  • FREE GIFT BOX
  • FREE MEDICAL CARD X 2

The medical cards are useful if you have multiple conditions or want to add further details such as your GP, NHS number, full list of meds.

Bracelet Size

Adjustable Strap for wrist sizes between 15cm -21cm

Note: This is the length of the inside of the bracelet when fastened.

Can my item be engraved?

Yes. We engrave on the reverse of the steel medical alert plate.

Up to 3 lines with maximum of 25 characters per line

The engraving plate is there for the essential, critical information paramedics, first responders and potentially even members of the public or schools need in an emergency. In the event of an emergency, the universal medical alert symbol on the front of your bracelet will alert medics to vital information. The plate is easily flipped over to reveal the engraving.

We suggest you include:

  1. Your name
  2. Any CRITICAL medical conditions, allergies or drugs that might affect how you are treated in an emergency (such as blood thinners)
  3. An ICE contact number - preferably a mobile

ICE stands for 'In Case of Emergency'. Emergency Services are also trained to look for ICE contacts in your phone so make sure it's in there too. Both android and iPhones will allow access to ICE contacts even when the phones are locked.

Specification

- METAL TYPE: STAINLESS STEEL PLATE
- STYLE: ADJUSTABLE WATCH WRISTBAND
- MATERIAL: GENUINE LEATHER

Who is my bracelet named after?

WILLIAM HALSE RIVERS (1864-1922)

Rivers is best known for his treatment of servicemen suffering from ‘shell shock’ during World War I. It is now known as ‘post traumatic stress’, caused by the horrors and trauma of war, with symptoms that include twitching, stammering, nightmares, blindness and an inability to eat or sleep.

Throughout most of the War, shell shock was not well understood, it was seen as a sign of weakness and there was little sympathy; some were even executed for cowardice. Rivers disagreed with the harsh views and treatments of the time.

Inspired by Freud’s psychoanalysis, he developed a new, successful form of therapy, which encouraged those he treated to talk about their experiences and face their fears. This became known as the talking cure.

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