Medical Tattoos

Tattoos used to identify individuals is not a new trend. For many years, soldiers have tattooed their personal information on themselves such as their social security numbers and blood type just in case they lose their dog tags. A trend that’s becoming more common is tattooing medical conditions such as diabetes, allergies, or DNR instructions.download movie Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials 2015 now Surprisingly, even some doctors have embraced the idea. Dr. Ed Friedlander, a pathologist from Kansas City, has “No CPR” tattooed on his chest so it will be clear for another doctor or first responder to see his...

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