Pill fobs, emergency pill carriers for medication, holders for Nitroglycerine, Aspirin (recommended for emergency use if you are having a heart attack), Epilepsy medications for SEIZURES, Pain Medicine tablets, Diabetic Glucose Tabs, VIAGRA, etc. Keep meds with you at all times!
This large Engravable keychain pill fob is made from aluminum and sealed with an o-ring to protect from moisture, accidental crushing, etc. Ideal for Aspirin, Cold Tablets , Pain Medication, etc. Pill chamber will hold an entire Rx Standard bottle of nitroglycerine tablets or a number of larger size tablets or capsules. Check the Rx nitroglycerine size before ordering. Standard size (100) Glenmark nitroglycerine will not fit. Inside opening is 3/4 inch wide. Durable polished chrome finish. Engrave one landscape line with traditional (etched in) engraving.
The large Ezy-Dose Chrome lite weight aluminum model will hold an entire Rx Standard bottle of *nitroglycerine tablets or a number of larger size tablets or capsules. Lighter than stainless steel models.
Standard size (100) "Glenmark" nitroglycerine will not fit.
Optional - Custom engrave one line with traditional (etched in) engraving.
Over a million people in the US each year will suffer from a heart attack. Tragically about 500,000 of them will not survive. With the majority of heart attack deaths occurring before hospitalization is available, knowing what to do in this situation could mean the difference between life and death. Aspirin has been proven to increase a person's chance for survival when chewed and swallowed during a heart attack. It is suggested to keep two 325 mg aspirin tablets with you at all times and Ezy-Dose Deluxe Light (Large) Chrome KeyChain Pill Fob is compact enough to be carried on your keychain for emergency use.
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- The American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the American Heart Association (AHA) recommend the use of aspirin in lower dosages under a doctor's care for people who have experienced a variety of heart conditions. Aspirin isn't right for everyone so you should always check with your doctor before beginning an aspirin regimen. To help you start the discussion, here are some of the FDA-approved uses for aspirin.
During a Heart Attack
Chewing as little as one half (160 to 162.5 mg) of a regular-strength aspirin (325 mg) tablet during a suspected heart attack and continued use for 30 days thereafter reduces the risk of death by up to 23%. If taken during a suspected heart attack, aspirin can also lessen the damaging effects of the attack.
1. Keep container tightly closed at all times to prevent loss of potency of medication. Immediately after each use, close container tightly.
2. Inspect pill case regularly for moisture or foreign particles which may have entered pill case when it was opened.
3. Do not overload tablets into the case. Be sure there is enough space for the cap to be re-screwed into the case without damaging the pills.
4. The case is waterproof and airtight, however some physical damage to tablets may occur during normal transport. Replace your tablets when necessary.