The Quoll alert system also is available as an adhesive Medi-tag.
This was developed for sports persons, children and people that find it uncomfortable to wear a pendant.
Measuring only 20 x 40 mm, the adhesive Medi-tag can be fixed to wallets, licenses, school bags, phones or dog collars to name a few places that medical attendants will notice.
Medi-tag come as a set of 2 with the same QR code so they can be fixed to both the school bag and the phone.
Although the QR code is recognised internationally and QR readers are found on most phones, please check your local emergency service is across this technology. If they do not have a QR reader on their mobile devices, show them the Quoll Medical device and explain how it could aid them in providing quick and effective treatment. We know Queensland Ambulance do provide this service and it is contained in their training manual. We advise you to do this as it is impossible for us to check every emergency service staff member and provider in Australia or internationally.
The medical square pendant provides an alternative to ordinary tags which can sometimes feel burdensome. The new and improved Medi-tag can be attached to any carry-on items which ultimately makes our customers feel free of the burden for an additional item to remember to bring along. They are just the right size which makes them obvious for a medical attendant to spot without attracting unnecessary attention from the outside world.
The stickers will last long without fading and will reduce the likelihood of loss. Stick it to an item you never leave the house without and you are good to go! Phones and wallets are excellent options.
What’s better than one? Two!
The pack comes with two stickers. Just in case you leave one item behind, you can count on another one.
The best part about the medical square pendants is that they are suitable for everyone. You can bring them along with you anywhere… At the gym, at school, at a concert… And no one would raise an eyebrow.
JULIE BROOKS –
Conveniently have on on back of my driving licence and one attached to my mobile phone.
JULIE BROOKS –
Obtaining information for ambulance workers easy and quick to access my medical information and medical contacts. I have one tag on my mobile phone and one on rear of my drivers licence which are always with me.