BRACELET, IDENTIFICATION (Ident-A-Band), feeding cent, white


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A single-use device, also referred to as a disposable device, is intended for use on one patient during a single procedure. It is not intended to be reprocessed (i.e., cleaned and disinfected or sterilized).
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IDENTIFICATION BRACELET, nutritional programme


Individual plastic bracelet used for registering and identifying the beneficiaries of a feeding programme. It is a slender, thin, and soft plastic band, with a self-locking device.


  • Bracelet made of soft vinyl
  • Cardboard writable label (to be slipped into the bracelet)
  • Metal pressure fastener ("clip" type)
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Technical specifications

  • Atraumatic and non irritant (latex-free)
  • Flexible and comfortable
  • Non stretch
  • Waterproof
  • Sufficient space to write information
  • Tamperproof metallic clip
  • Adult reference (24 cm x 1.1 cm), also suitable for children as it can be cut if too long.
  • 4 colours are selected: red, yellow, blue and white

Packaging & Labelling

Cardboard box containing 400 units of the same colour + 440 labels.

Instructions for use

Use a different colour for each type of feeding programme, for example:

  • red for in-patient feeding centre
  • blue for out-patient feeding centre

Foresee ball point pens or fine permanent markers.

Do not tighten the bracelet excessively (the risk of removal is reduced if fitted to the ankle).

Check the integrity of the bracelet during consultations.

When the patient is discharged, destroy the bracelet to prevent any re-use.

MSF requirements

Specifications recommended by MSF nutritionists.

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