ICE: In Case of Emergency

Fitdigits users lead active lives, and unfortunately this can sometimes lead to injuries. In case of an emergency, it is important to notify an emergency contact so they know you are hurt, as well as provide important medical information. That brings us to ICE.

ICE is the invention of British paramedic Bob Brotchie, who often encountered people unable to communicate so he could not contact their family or get medical information. He implemented a plan. All cell phone users should enter a contact ICE, which stands for In Case of Emergency. This should feature your emergency contact as well as any critical information, such as allergies or preexisting health conditions. You can also have multiple contacts (ICE1, ICE2, etc) or download an ICE app from the app store.

It’s important to always be prepared since you never know what could happen so make sure ICE is added to your contacts.

Enter your Emergency Contact, Blood Type, and other important medical information

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