NOTE - EMERGENCY PRESONNEL, DOCTORS and other CARD USERS - PLEASE CLICK ON THE CARD ICON BELOW AND THEN CLICK ON THE SMALL ICONS THAT SHOW HOW TO CONNECT THE ERINFOCARDR TO YOUR USB PORT FOR IMMEDIATE ACCESS TO IMPORTANT MEDICAL DATA OR TO OBTAIN A PASSWORD TO ACCESS MEDICAL DATA.
VIDEO OF ERINFOCARDR USE IS AVAILABLE ON YOU TUBE; go to google, type in YouTube, and type in ERinfocard in the search box.
People are not prepared for an Emergency Room visit. Every year U. S. statistics show that every person (man, woman and child) has about a 40% chance they will visit an Emergency Room (ER). Recent research shows that the vast majority of ER patients delay or compromise their care because they arrive at the ER without basic and appropriate information about themselves, their medical condition, medical history, medications and what they want done in dire emergencies (advance directive). Have you ever taken your relative or friend to the ER and been asked questions you couldn't answer about their medicines, medical conditions or other items and had no idea what to say?
This site offers two major ways to solve these serious problems.
First, it offers a book by Charles P. Davis, MD, PhD titled “The Emergency Room Visitor’s Guide; its going to happen to you”. Dr. Davis is a Clinical Professor (retired) of Emergency Medicine (board-certified) who has practiced Emergency Medicine for over 22 years. He continues practicing Emergency Medicine as a part-time staff member. His book demystifies and answers questions about all aspects of an Emergency Room visit. It gives suggestions about how a patient or a patient’s representative can help make a really positive contribution to their loved one’s care. Further, it provides specific examples of what documentation patients should have before coming to an ER. It is the least expensive way to find out how an Emergency Department (or ER) operates and to obtain a way to organize personal medical data. This book is offered for sale at this website and also can be purchased at amazon.com by typing in the title to find the book.
The second product offered at the site is a credit-card sized 2 gig flash drive that provides each person that has one, the ability to have a secure (password-protected), complete, portable, durable and immediately available system that contains their medical information that people can carry with them anywhere. The medical information can be made available to any ER or emergency personnel, hospital or doctor if the owner of the card allows access. A major feature is that in case the person is so seriously injured or so sick that they cannot speak or indicate they allow access to their medical information, the card provides a way for ER and other healthcare professionals to contact a card-owner determined emergency backup person(s) that can allow access when the owner cannot. The card is the same dimensions as a common credit card (3 ¼ in length and 2 and 1/16 in width), and only slightly thicker (about 2mm or 1/16 in) and easily fits into any wallet or credit card holder. The erinfocardR is only available for online purchase at this website or when Dr. Davis lectures on this topic. Click onto the pictures above to obtain a better idea of how this 2 gig flash drive is included in a credit-card sized device. Any computer with a usb port and Windows above 2003, such as Windows 95, XP, Vista or Windows 7 (or a Windows translator for MAC users) can utilize the card. The card comes with easy-to-follow instructions so that even technophobes can have the card running in a few mimutes! A sequence of photos is available to see how easy it is to connect to a computer is located in the card description; just click onto the card icon below.
Please click onto the erinfocardR or the book icon below for further information about these items. Every person should have an erinfocardR and the book explains the details of why this card is needed.
SEE HOW TO USE THE ERINFOCARDR - VIEW VIDEO ON YOUTUBE - GO TO YOUTUBE AND TYPE ERINFOCARD IN THE SEARCH BOX - FUTURE VIDEOS ON OTHER ADVANCED USES OF ERINFOCARDR ARE PLANNED.