Originally Posted by O2Bfree
Good idea to keep it on your person. Mine's currently in my seat bag. Never thought about it being separated like that.
ID should include emergency contact info, allergy info, your blood type, and any other medical info that'd be useful in an emergency.
My homemade card also includes a disclaimer regarding organ donation: "Organs are donated AS IS. No warranty is expressed or implied."
For ID while riding, I have a wrist band version of Road ID that includes name, blood type, and multiple emergency contacts (nearest to furthest away). Also have a dog tag version with same info that is worn whenever I leave the house in the car.
Have been told by friends in the medical field that blood type is not needed anymore as neutral solutions are given until blood work is done if a transfusion is required.
Med experts - is that last statement true?