From Flushing, New York, USA:
Where can I get a diabetic ID card that will ID me as a diabetic in case of hypoglycemia. I've looked far and wide but can't find one. I do not want a bracelet.
You can make up your own wallet card, or ask your diabetes nurse for one of those that are piled up in his/her office.
Please reconsider your decision not to use a bracelet or dogtags/necklace; I've had a patient whose wallet was stolen while he was unconscious!
The best available system for identification, in my opinion, is Medic Alert. Call 1-800-ID-Alert for more information.
Also see the medical alert products list.
Original posting 5 Dec 96
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