Tuesday, January 14, 2014

American Recall Center

Over the weekend, I received an email from Mario Trucillo, PhD the Medical Editor at the American Recall Center. He asked me to check out their site. I get a ton of these emails and rarely do I give a plug for a website. This seems valuable to me so I decided it was worth a plug and in fact I will be signing up. 

Countless Americans rely on prescription drugs daily post heart attack. These prescriptions help them work toward retaining the lifestyle they want. However, as doctors see greater volumes of patients and more treatment options become available, it can be difficult to get personal, focused attention for your medical questions. For that reason, it has become more important than ever for people to stay up to date on the most recent news regarding medical devices and pharmaceutical drugs. This allows you to find pertinent information and use it to both empower and advocate for yourself, as well as help you make more involved decisions about your health.

At The American Recall Center, the main goal is to provide you with direct access to this information. At the website, you can gain access to the important knowledge you will require between, prior to and after doctor visits. The American Recall Center can help you find any information you may need, whether it's facts about a prescription you've been given, why you might require a hip replacement, and even what foods and drinks you should steer clear of. Furthermore, all of the information is laid out in a plain, easy-to-understand fashion so that it can be helpful to everyone who needs it. It's a great way to equip yourself with the facts so you can get the best care possible.

One unique aspect of the American Recall Center's website is its Patient Safety Alerts. This notification system, which can be tailored to your particular needs, sends pertinent information to your email regarding anything that could affect you directly. All you have to do is choose the medical devices or prescriptions that pertain to you, and if the Food and Drug Administration receives any new information, it will be immediately passed on to you as an email. By using this valuable feature, new FDA information about medications and devices that impact your life will never again go unnoticed, helping you maintain a better quality of health.

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