SOURCE: The Guide to Good Care

June 05, 2006 08:00 ET

'The C.A.R.E. Bracelet' Is the Answer to FEMA's Disaster Preparedness This Hurricane Season

A Digital Device Bracelet Stores Important Personal Life-Saving Medical History, Prescriptions, Etc.

SAN ANTONIO, TX -- (MARKET WIRE) -- June 5, 2006 -- Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Wilma have all affected the lives of hundreds of thousands of people. Many of those affected lost it all including items that most think are not replaceable like homes, photos and clothing. During the 2005 Hurricane Season, thousands more also lost their vital personal documents which were obliterated by the strong winds and flooding that followed these natural disasters. President of GC Publishers, Cesar Camacho, announced today that he believes FEMA should be looking at his company's C.A.R.E. BRACELET as the answer to Hurricane Preparedness this 2006 Hurricane season which just begun.

Says Camacho, "The C.A.R.E. BRACELET is the answer to FEMA's Hurricane Preparedness. Our C.A.R.E. BRACELET is a digital memory device bracelet which stores a patient's medical history, medical conditions, prescriptions, etc. Should you and your family get separated in a hurricane, you no longer have to worry that you and your family members lose vital information. The bracelet can be a critical component to saving the lives of many who suffer from life-altering medical experiences, the aged and more. The bracelet comes with its own USB Port connection so that paramedics can email your medical history to the ER before the ambulance even gets there. It is the only product in the marketplace to allow patient-driven control by simply wearing it. Why wouldn't FEMA want a product like this?"

About GC Publishers and The Guide to Good Care System and C.A.R.E. Bracelet:

GC Publishers are the creators of The Guide to Good Care Planning System and the C.A.R.E. Bracelet. When paired with the system, the bracelet becomes a revolutionizing, organizational and planning tool that is patient-centered and can be updated easily. Its memory chip device can also carry photo, music and other critical data, including emergency contacts, family history, surgery and injury procedures, routine prescribed medication record log, common health tests and more.

This system has a distinct advantage over current web-based medical information systems that can be inaccessible when the network is down or do not allow updating. In the event of an emergency, an EMT can pop the memory stick bracelet into a laptop to see records which instantly pop up on the screen.


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