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MyInfo911 Launches Product to Assist Diabetes Patients in Emergency Situations

November 10, 2011

MyInfo911 Emergency ID card and sticker package helps first responders identify diabetes patients and provide accurate and immediate care.

Palm Coast, FL (PRWEB) November 10, 2011

MyInfo911 uses state of the art technology, a QR Code (Quick Response Code) to store medical information which is accessed by any Smart phone or by entering a unique URL into any search engine on a computer or cell phone with internet access.

According to the American Diabetes Association, more than 25.8 Million children and adults in the United States suffer from Diabetes. That number reflects 8.3% of the total population. Diabetes is the 7th leading cause of death in the United States, and is a major cause of heart attack, stroke and kidney failure.

“People who are experiencing a diabetic episode often exhibit the eratic driving patterns of drivers who are under the influence of alchohol or drugs. Having this information readily available will prevent needless delays and possibly save the life of the driver”, said Robert Burns, a Flagler Beach Florida police officer.

MyInfo911 provides much needed products to help people afflicted with specific conditions, such as diabetes, to get their medical information to First Responders immediately at the scene of an emergency situation.

About MyInfo911

Started in October 2010, MyInfo911 provides emergency identification cards that use QR codes to provide pertinent medical history information to first responders and other medical providers. The Palm Coast, Florida based companyâs cards have the personâs picture, name and QR code on the front and the personâs name, year of birth, emergency contact, blood type, allergies and specific medical conditions on the back. For more information visit http://www.myinfo911.com


Media Contact:

Gina Jersey

Gina(at)MyInfo911(dot)com

386-445-2727

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