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Medical ID Good Idea for Men with Weight Loss Surgery


According to a published study, half of all medical errors occur because of mistakes made upon admission or discharge from the hospital. Wearing a medical ID protects against potentially harmful medical errors.

More than 95 percent of emergency responders look for a medical ID; more than 75 percent check for a medical ID immediately upon assessing the patient. If men who have undergone weight loss surgery wear a medical ID, it will not be missed.

In an emergency, following weight loss surgery, when a man might not be able to speak for himself, a medical ID bracelet or necklace speaks for him.

Symptoms of weight loss surgery can easily be misdiagnosed. Prompt diagnosis is critical to effective treatment. A brief description of vital medical facts engraved on a medical ID ensures appropriate and timely medical care.

Medical IDs eliminate trips to the hospital, reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and prevent minor emergencies from becoming major ones. Medical IDs save lives! At the website there is a link for medical IDs in attractive, affordable, and masculine designs.  Go to the Men: Health and Fitness button and click Medical ID.

More than 30,000 American men had weight loss surgery in 2008; more than 60,000 American men will have weight loss surgery in 2009. By 2015, more than a quarter million men will have weight loss surgery each year.

As morbid obesity climbs, so do the medical consequences of diabetes, hypertension, and other life-threatening conditions. Just because men have more lean muscle mass and a lower body fat percentage than women, weight loss can be just as challenging for men.

Beyond these medical results, men have a different experience following weight loss surgery. The need for protein to support a healthy lifestyle, which may include weight-training, can be most challenging. Finding the best combination of vitamins for absorption or taking care of one’s appearance can be brand new for men (whereas women in American culture are conditioned to focus on appearance.) Many men, who may not have felt sexy in a long time, are suddenly seen as attractive, providing a totally new series of challenges and opportunities.

There are hundreds of support groups throughout the U.S. for patients who have undergone weight loss surgery. Since 85% of those surgeries in 2008 were performed on women, these support groups are often run by women and for women. There is very little access to the experience that men have following these procedures.



TR Cutler

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Professional Marketing Firm for the Manufacturing Community and Manufacturing Journalist to most manufacturing magazines

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