If you have been told "No MRI" then it is crucial that in the event of an emergency you are in some way able to alert medical staff to the reason why.
This may be a surgical implant of some kind that is not easily accessible; spinal column stimulation, pacemaker, portacath, rod, plate or something else.
So how can you alert medical staff about your surgical implant? It's vital that you do.
In this short video MD, Lee Cunningham explains how You ID Me has been helping people with medical implants since 2012 to alert paramedics, first responders and medical staff about their spinal column stimulation (SCS), pacemaker, portacath or metal plates / rods in order to avoid - or at least make aware before - being put through an MRI scanner.
Learn more about how You ID Me helps first responders at: https://www.you-id.me/first-responders.html
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