Vial of Life

Vial of Life

The Vial of Life or Vial of L.I.F.E. (Lifesaving Information For Emergencies) is a program which allows individuals to provide medical information in advance that can be used by emergency personnel in the case of an emergency. Vial of Life programs are usually sponsored and promoted by Senior citizen's organizations, local fire departments, or hospitals, although it may be utilized by anyone. The materials required are usually available for free and some may be downloaded and produced by the individual.

The program consists of a vial (empty pill bottle or other container), labeled with a Vial of Life sticker, inside which is placed a medical form which has been filled out stating the health status of the individual and current medications being taken. The vial is placed in the refrigerator, usually recommended to be on the top shelf of the door, because it has been shown that the refrigerator's contents are preserved in the event of a fire. Stickers are placed in the front window of the home so that responding emergency personnel will know to look for the Vial.

External links

Vial of Life programs

* [ American Senior Safety Agency]
* [ American Medical Alarms]
* [ My Precious Kid]
* [ Santa Clara County Fire Department]
* [ Alameda County Fire Department]
* [ New Mexico Poison Center]
* [ Daytona Beach Fire Department]
* [ City of Gilroy Fire Department]
* [ San Jose Fire Department]
* [ The Memorial Hospital, Craig, CO]
* [ Sutter Roseville Medical Center]

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