Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) affects over 2.5 million children and adults in the US, while almost one million more are affected by Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) During the month of March, Americans need to be conscious of the safety precautions, research and treatment options for brain injuries (both TBI and ABI). Sports play a major […]
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February is the designated American Heart Disease Awareness Month Heart disease is an indiscriminate assassin in our society. In fact, it ranks number one in leading causes for death in the United States. The culprit goes beyond unhealthy diets and genetical predisposition. The busy lifestyle of many individuals and their families often leads to stagnant […]
CTE (Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy) is a condition endured by many athletes and individuals who have suffered accidental brain trauma–including concussions As the New Year 2018 starts, a number of us have made resolutions to live a better life, both at work and in our personal lives. Living a healthier life is often one of the […]
Diabetes is a condition that affects over 30 million Americans (that is, almost 10% of the population), along with another 85 million people who have pre-diabetic symptoms that may eventually become full-blown diabetes According to the CDC, diabetes continues to grow and awareness is the first step in helping prevent or manage this disease. Diabetes […]
Breast Cancer is estimated to affect one in every eight women in the US through their adult lifetime—and more than 250,000 new cases are diagnosed every year Breast Cancer, when caught early, has a high level of treatment and recovery. Modern medical technologies and knowledge have been able to reduce the mortality rate considerably, but […]
MyMRI LLC is an innovative company offering products that are designed to reduce risk, increase response time and provide critical-need information in the event of a medical emergency.
By making critical medical information available to First Responders, MyMRI ensures faster response time with details that can ensure proper health care and treatment.
1. Scan QR Code on helmet, clothing or wristband of the injured (please exercise caution).
2. Enter your First Responder ID, then enter the MyMRI Code (visible on sticker, label or wristband).
3. Read critical information from the injured individual's medical form to make a better health care assessment and determine response.