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ADSHG Silicone alert bracelet (item 309) 

£5.95
An extra-wide steroid alert bracelet. This ADSHG steroid alert bracelet is a durable, outsized silicone alert band for extra visibility during recreational activities with a risk of injury, or inpatient stays. Recommended as a high-visibility supplement to your personalised medical jewellery, not as a substitute.
Black silicone wrist band with red and white print and Star of Life medical emergency symbol Debossed printed slogan: Medical alert: steroid-dependent Risk of adrenal crisis, see www.addisons.org.uk/crisis Adult size, 24mm width

About ADSHG Silicone alert bracelet (item 309) 

An extra-wide steroid alert bracelet. This ADSHG steroid alert bracelet is a durable, outsized silicone alert band for extra visibility during recreational activities with a risk of injury, or inpatient stays. Recommended as a high-visibility supplement to your personalised medical jewellery, not as a substitute.

  • Black silicone wrist band with red and white print and Star of Life medical emergency symbol
  • Debossed printed slogan: Medical alert: steroid-dependent Risk of adrenal crisis, see www.addisons.org.uk/crisis
  • Adult size, 24mm width

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The Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group is the support group for people with Addison’s disease or adrenal insufficiency and their families in the UK and Ireland.The group was formed in 1984 and is a UK registered charity no. 1106791.

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