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March 16, 2012

Medical Locket


Designed by Emily Rothschild.


From the website:



Medical Locket has a caduceus on the front and a Red Cross on the 2GB USB flash drive.

Enables the user to easily store and maintain a complete and up to date medical history, as well as contact information of loved ones.

Medical records are kept safe and private inside the locket and information can be accessed easily by plugging in the detachable USB.

The drive itself can be engraved with the user's most essential information, readily available to medical professionals or Good Samaritans in an emergency.

24k satin gold-plated brass and silver-plated USB; gold-plated chain; lobster clasp.

Locket dimensions: 1.25" x 0.5" x 0.75".





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strange - the reference above states the symbol should be the rod of Asclepius - The 1902 adoption of the caduceus for U.S. Army medical officer uniforms popularized the erroneous use of the symbol throughout the medical field in the United States.

Posted by: sherlock | Mar 16, 2012 4:55:07 PM

My spouse carries a "dog tag" USB drive with her medical info. I'll admit that the dog tag form factor isn't very flattering, but engraving on both sides includes my contact info as well as a notice of the med records / physician data on the drive.

Contained on the drive are PDF format files with the names, addresses, specialties and phone numbers of all of my wife's treating physicians, a current med list, her various Dx, a scan of her knee replacement radiograph and artificial joint ID card (TSA BS), my full name, address, contact numbers, email, SMS text and a scan of the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care and Health Care Directive.

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Mar 16, 2012 12:07:02 PM

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