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ICE Can Save Your Life
Monday, 26 November 2007
In case of emergency cellphone Whether traveling or at home, you should have an easy-to-identify emergency contact programmed into your cellphone. Paramedics, police and other emergency personnel now look for an entry labeled “ICE” – for “in case of emergency" – in the cellular address books of unconscious patients. This gives emergency personnel an ultrafast way to get critical information about you when they – and you – need it most.

You need to include the name of the contact and designate additional emergency numbers such as ICE2, ICE3, etc. in case the first person isn’t available when they make a call. Let your family or friend know that you’re listing them as an emergency contact in your cellphone, and make sure they’re aware of any special medical conditions or medications that physicians and rescue workers ought to know about. You should also be willing to be your friend or family members emergency contact and ask them to be sure to include you as the ICE in their phone too.
Last Updated ( Monday, 26 November 2007 )
 
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