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‘See & Save’ Medical Identification System
The ‘See & Save’ wristbands give you peace of mind that anyone who looks after your child has the best chance to confidently identify your child’s medical condition. This leads to confident carer’s who can more accurately monitor them throughout the day and then deliver timely first aid if necessary, which in turn leads to happy healthy children and stress free parenting.
- Suggested age range, 0 – 16 years
- 3 press studs allow for easy size adjustment
- 100% Allergen Free Silicone
What is ‘See & Save’?
‘See & Save’ was created so that no parent ever had to experience the preventable hospitalisation or death of their child due to asthma, allergies, anaphylaxis, epilepsy or diabetes.
At present Australia experiences more than 35,000 hospitalisations and over 30 deaths every year due to these conditions, of which almost all are preventable. The Australian peak organisations agree that the solution to prevent these unnecessary outcomes is correct identification and quick medication, however, we realise these “simple” steps aren’t being met.
This is the core reason we founded CleverDux and created the ‘See & Save’ system. We’ve worked in childcare for a combined 20 years and we still do. We’ve experienced these scenarios, we recognise your concerns and are creating a safer future.
‘See & Save’ is simple and effective. Children who have Asthma, Allergies, Anaphylaxis, Epilepsy, Diabetes or another Medical Condition wear a fun and colourful wristband that indicates their medical condition. Now any carer can identify your child’s condition immediately, use preventative measures to ensure an emergency scenario never occurs, but if one did, they’d know the quickest course of action to reduce the likelihood of a hospital visit or worse.
“I strongly believe any child with a medical condition is going to be at risk of misdiagnosis… Often it can be too late as was the case with my son. If Marcus was wearing an allergy band, the afterschool carers would have used an Epi-pen first and then the asthma medication secondly. I am positive Marcus would be here with me today if he was treated for the allergy first.”