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About Rx InfoCard - Why Carry The Card - Wallet Prescription Card

Why Carry the Card?

In an Emergency Room, where life saving decisions have to be made quickly, the Rx InfoCard is probably the most important piece of information you could carry.

Clear communication of your prescriptions is critical in avoiding adverse drug reactions.

Why Carry the Medical Info Card?

Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) are incidents when a patient reacts negatively with drug(s) or when drugs react with other drugs that are already in a patient.
ADRs are the 4th leading cause of death ahead of pulmonary disease, diabetes, AIDS, pneumonia, accidents and automobile deaths.

What you should you know about ADRs!

  • 2 Million serious adverse drug reactions yearly
  • 100,000 ADR deaths yearly
  • Ambulatory patients ADR rate - unknown

Why are there so many ADRs?

  • Two-thirds of patient visits result in a prescription
  • 2.8 BILLION outpatient prescriptions filled in 2000 (10 per person in the United States)
  • ADRs increase exponentially with 4 or more medications


Rx InfoCard lists your perscription medications

*Back panel is utilized for large medication regimens

New Membership:

Annual membership is $34.95 and includes member portal and unlimited updates.

protect yourself
communicate critical information

peace of mind for you and your family

Adverse drug reactions could kill you

  • 2 million serious injures/year
  • 100,000 deaths each year
  • Most incidents are PREVENTABLE!

Carry the Rx InfoCard - It could save your life

Rx InfoCard Members
  • "This card is indispensable. All of my Doctor's LOVE it!" - Mary, Massachusetts
  • "This card caught a potential drug interaction. I will never be without it!" - David, Maine

Carry the Rx InfoCard - It could save your life