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Real stories

We bring you real stories and testimonials from people who have already experienced the positive impact
of the World Emergency Card (WEC) in their lives.
These real-life stories demonstrate how
the World Emergency Card can be a vital tool in critical situations.

Life saved of a diabetic

"Pavel, a 58-year-old diabetic, had a severe hypoglycemic reaction during a nature outing. Thanks to the WEC he carried, rescuers quickly identified his medical condition and immediately provided the correct medical assistance."

Effective care for a patient

with allergies

"Jana, a 35-year-old woman with a severe nut allergy, suffered an allergic attack in a restaurant. Her WEC contained important information about her allergy, enabling immediate application of the correct treatment procedures and preventing more serious complications."


Rapid assistance for a senior with cardiovascular disease

"82-year-old Jiří, suffering from cardiovascular disease, collapsed while shopping. The WEC with him allowed rescuers to quickly identify his medical condition and the medications he was taking, significantly speeding up and improving the provision of necessary medical care."


Support for a Pregnant Woman
in Need

"Kateřina, 20 weeks pregnant, experienced sudden complications during a business trip. Thanks to the information on her WEC, healthcare professionals quickly understood her situation and provided the specific care needed for a pregnant woman in her condition."


We further present countless examples that provide a broad overview of how the WORLD EMERGENCY CARD can save, assist, and be useful in various situations that may arise in everyday life:

  • A senior with Alzheimer's disease gets lost and is found with a WEC, which helps in contacting a close person and finding out information about his health condition.

  • A tourist suffers an allergic reaction abroad, and the WEC provides important information about his allergies to the rescuers.

  • A cyclist has an accident and is unconscious; the WEC QR code on his helmet reveals his blood type and medical history.

  • A child with Type 1 diabetes goes on a school trip; the WEC helps school staff with the rescue and subsequent calling of professional help.

  • A pregnant woman experiences complications during a trip; the WEC informs medical staff about her high-risk pregnancy.

  • A person with severe asthma has an attack; the WEC aids in the correct intervention.

  • A tourist has an accident while mountain hiking; the WEC provides the rescue team with information about previous health problems.

  • An athlete suffers an injury on the sports field; the WEC allows for a quick response by team doctors.

  • A patient with heart disease has a heart attack; the WEC provides immediate information about his heart medications to the healthcare professionals.

  • A worker abroad has health complications; the WEC helps doctors in the hospital understand his health condition.

  • A motorcyclist has a serious accident; the WEC QR code on the helmet helps rescuers identify necessary information and his medical history.

  • A person with epilepsy has a seizure at work; the WEC enables colleagues to provide necessary first aid.

  • A traveler suffers an injury in a remote location; the WEC contains contact information and medical history.

  • An adult with a severe food allergy has a reaction; the WEC provides information about the allergy and necessary treatment.

  • A person with hemophilia suffers bleeding; the WEC provides vital information about their condition.

  • A senior falls at home; the WEC provides important health information upon the arrival of rescuers.

  • A medical patient needs urgent surgery; the WEC helps surgeons familiarize themselves with his medical history.

  • A child with a congenital disease needs emergency medical care; the WEC provides important information about his health condition.

  • A person suffering from a chronic illness is hospitalized outside their hometown; the WEC helps the new medical team understand their medical history.

  • A tourist is affected by a tropical disease; the WEC helps doctors identify any previous vaccinations or treatments.

  • A patient with a mental illness is in a crisis situation; the WEC provides information about his treatment and contacts his psychiatrist.

  • A person suffering from chronic pain is hospitalized with another disease; the WEC helps doctors coordinate care.

  • A traveler with hypertension has health problems; the WEC informs doctors about his current treatment.

  • An adult with an autoimmune disease needs urgent medical care; the WEC helps doctors with a quick diagnosis.

  • A person suffering from a rare disease is hospitalized; the WEC provides key information about their health condition.

  • A patient after an organ transplant has health complications; the WEC contains information about the transplant and related treatment.

  • A tourist suffers an injury while skiing; the WEC contains his medical history and emergency contacts.

  • An adult with a respiratory disease needs sudden hospitalization; the WEC provides information about his illness and treatment.

  • A person with a disability has a health crisis while traveling; the WEC provides details about their condition and needs.

  • A child with a congenital heart defect needs sudden medical care; the WEC contains important information about his diagnosis and treatment.

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