The relationship between hospitals and wristbands spans decades, and given the main purpose of a wristband is to identify something about the wearer, this connection makes a lot of sense. In the simplest of terms, hospital wristbands contain a patient’s most vital information pertinent to the care they’ll receive from the attending medical personnel (doctor, surgeon, nurse, etc.).
But a hospital wristband isn’t JUST for patient identification, nor are they only intended for wrists! Wristbands prove reliable, cost-effective solutions that can be implemented as tags, labels, and markers to communicate vital information in a medical setting. This is especially helpful when the hospital wristband codes and hospital wristband color meanings align and coincide with a facility’s existing standards. But- wristbands don’t have to feature specific custom information in order to be effective. We see our solid colored wristbands used prevalently for patient screening, displaying positive test results / negative test results, discerning levels of condition severity, and more. For instance, while a red wristband at hospital is often used to distinguish an allergy, it can also be used to define other variables you wish to classify (i.e. denote the day of week a customer came to get tested, show that a surface has been disinfected, etc.).
A hospital wristband’s information can help diminish errors, simplify processes, and improve safety across the board- whether customized or not. To get a better understanding of how wristbands can be employed in a healthcare environment or during critical health-related scenarios, check out our wristband offerings to see how you can implement these vital safety products today!
We have even seen our wristbands used as moreg toe tags. You can write on them and even customize them with the fields you reguire for toe tags.
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