Medical ID (alert) jewelry are specially made identification necklaces and bracelets having medical information inscribed on them for the health workers to understand the medical history of the wearer in case of an emergency or if the wearer becomes unconscious or incapacitated.
The space on the jewelry is limited so it is important to prioritize certain details over the other so that the emergency personnel can read the information clearly. You can always take the advice of your doctor about buying medical jewelry and its necessity. They can also direct you on what information should be included in it.
You can consider putting the primary and main medical condition on medical ID jewelry like the medical alert bracelets. If you or the person for whom you are building the medical ID jewelry has any chronic medical condition then that should get precedence over any other information. Include the chronic medical conditions like asthma, cardiovascular concerns, diabetes, epilepsy. List the condition like the seizure disorder which might leave the wearer unable to communicate with emergency staff.
If you are on a blood-thinning medication then list it on top of the medical alert jewelry. Also mentioning any severe medicine allergy you have helps in an emergency situation. Make sure to include any medical devices like a pacemaker in the ID and also what is the blood type. If the wearer has any communication or cooperation challenges due to schizophrenia or autism or limitations like the person is deaf then the care should be taken to mention this detail.
Having an emergency contact on the medical jewelry is also beneficial and remember to replace the medical alert jewelry over time to reflect the current medical state. Especially if some significant operations or incidences have happened on the medical front.