Each card costs 24 dollars; with tax included plus shipping ($4 for each card or free for 3 or more cards). Each ERinfocardR has instructions written on the card and each card also has an easy-to-read printed set of instructions that explains the other advanced uses possible for the individual card owner.
A credit-card sized 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 people can carry with them anywhere. The 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.
A sample of the erinfocardR is provided in product pictures; it 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 card has a box where a person can put their first name or initials so that if more than one family member with an erinfocardR is seen in an ER or other facility, the cards are destinguishable. Instructions for use of the card are written on the card and can be used in any computer with a usb port and can read windows word programs (almost any modern computer). The card is compatable with microsoft word above 2003 (for example, XP, Vista, Seven); Mac users may need to utilize a Word translator program for best results. The small diagram above shows how the card is opened to become a thin flash (thumb) drive that fits into a usb port. Click onto the small diagrams to see how the card connects to any usb port in a computer.