Accidents are inevitable, please help keep those with Cold Allergies safe!
All injections and intravenous fluids MUST BE WARMED.
This information is for first responders in the event of an Accident. The driver/passenger in this vehicle has anaphylactic reactions to temperatures below 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
The first priority is to protect the body from exposure to cold air/objects, blowing air, breezes, water/rain and temperatures below 70 degrees.
You will find information regarding individual in the glove compartment with all medical history, disabilities, medications, next of kin information and contact for current doctors.
———- Disclaimer for Those Using This Sticker —————-
Allow me to add a caveat that expresses one parent’s concern. Medics will not always be able to search for or find this information. Each accident is different and represent very unique situations. In no way does this infer liability on the first responders. If you choose to use, place it in an area that would be highly visible. Contact first responders in your area and asking for their recommendations and input and any programs they may have.