Do you get tired of repeating yourself and also worry about your health and safety?

When you have one or more ongoing or chronic medical conditions and you have to explain them every time you see a new doctor at your medical centre or go to hospital, it can be pretty demoralising. It can also be quite a serious thing to have multiple medical conditions and have to remember all your details, particularly if you’re not feeling well. Worse, what if you’re unconscious? Just by displaying your Quoll Medical Alert device, people around you will know that you have a condition that warrants important attention. It doesn’t mean you have to discuss it or hide it, but when it counts most, you will have information that could save your life, right there for the right people to see and access.

Communicate your vital information when having a serious medical condition

For those who have rare medical conditions, the importance of making this information accessible is vital. Also, in an emergency, communication of vital information is crucial! Besides, first responders (ambulance, paramedics, police and other emergency situation attendees) are trained to look for a patient’s medical ID. Help them to help you. And in the process, help yourself by easing the burden when you feel ill and are not up to talking, or simply can’t. Give yourself every possible advantage in your care by being prepared with a Quoll Medical Alert device. Also, if you have a child, a partner, parent or other loved one who has a significant or multiple medical conditions, then organise one for them too, for everyone’s peace of mind.

What kinds of situations could you find yourself in if you have a significant medical condition?

  • Epileptic seizures can be misconstrued as anti-social behaviour.   
  • A diabetic suffering a ‘hypo’ may not be taken seriously yet may need glucose urgently.     
  • Doctors treating patients with rare medical conditions are reduced to guesswork without the right information and may not be able to provide the appropriate treatment without it.     

Haemophiliacs need to receive appropriate care to avoid bleeding-related issues.

Medical conditions to list on your Quoll Medical Alert device

If your condition is on the following list, seriously consider purchasing a Quoll Medical Alert device. If you have a condition that is not on the list, it may be even more important for you!

  • adrenal insufficiency
  • Alzheimer’s/dementia
  • anaemia
  • angina
  • asthma
  • autism
  • blood disorders
  • blood pressure problems
  • cardiac arrhythmia
  • clinical trials patients
  • cystic fibrosis
  • diabetes
  • emphysema/COPD
  • epilepsy
  • food allergies
  • glaucoma
  • hearing or visual impairment
  • kidney dialysis patients
  • kidney failure
  • leukaemia
  • lupus
  • lymphoma
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • rare diseases/conditions
  • renal failure
  • sickle cell anaemia
  • stroke risk        

Quoll users and the difference it has made to their lives

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