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Medical Data Carrier Product Review

Melanie Flude    Blog Post, Product Review  ||   No Comments

Having had the chance to review this product, we have nothing but praise for this essentially lifesaving product. We found it very easy to attach to our helmets and it had ample space to write the important data needed to be known by emergency responders. All too often the first thing that helpers may do when assisting at an incident would be to remove a cyclists helmet, but this ingenious device warns those helping to leave the helmet removal to the experts. This product, as detailed on the website, could save lives, particularly when an injured cyclist may not be able to speak due to injuries.

We are looking forward to selling this product very soon.


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Medical Data Carrier (MDC) is a unique, bilingual, medical information system that provides critical lifesaving data about the wearer, and crucial emergency contact information in the event of an emergency. The highly visible, secure and aerodynamic carrier attaches to the left side of the helmet and is safe for all helmet surfaces. Bold text on the outside of the carrier warns good samaritan responders to leave helmet removal to those trained in the proper technique. Inside, a two sided, water-proof paper contains information on the wearer’s identity and medical history including information such as allergies, medications, blood type and pre-existing medical conditions, that assists first responders with the crucial triage stage of the wearer’s care


Cycle Show Trade & Press day

pixeltreemedia    Blog Post  |||||   No Comments

What a fantastic day today. First trade show and had meeting after meeting…… Never have I met with so many positively thinking people about Womens cycling! Exciting times ahead.

Support for product reviews was amazing, one company have even developed gels and energy bars specifically for women, can’t wait to review those.

Tomorrow I shall be talking with cycling holidays and discussing plans for next years Festival of Cycling in Leeds…..