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A Very Special Heart | Review and Giveaway

February 20, 2010 by  
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Company: Very Special Hearts, LLC.
Item Reviewed: A Very Special Heart
Item Given Away: A Very Special Heart
Start Date: February 20
End Date: March 6

A Very Special Heart is dedicated to providing consumers with the ability to take control of their personal health and wellness. The Very Special Heart and Globe have been designed to give any individual or family a powerful tool that assists in critical emergency situations as well as for day-to-day care.

A Very Special Heart™ software has been developed in partnership with FLASHealth, LLC, which specializes in software for the healthcare community. Our web services are powered by InterSystems’ Cache’ and Ensemble technologies, the same technology used internationally and by the top 10 hospitals in the United States.

Your Very Special Heart™ can be worn as a necklace or used as a keychain or purse clip (keychain/purse clip included). One side has an elegant filigree pattern, the other side – a smooth, contemporary finish. But it’s what’s inside this heart that makes it so very special.

Inside your Very Special Heart™ lies an incredible feat of engineering, which allows you to carry all of your Personal Health Records…and a dose of emergency medication. You can also carry all of your family’s health records and secure copies of important documents (passports, driver’s licenses, birth certificates etc).

This is the wallet ID card that is provided with each Very Special Heart™ and Globe. This card tells emergency personnel where you carry your Very Special Heart™ or Globe.

This card instructs emergency medical personnel to connect your Heart or Globe to a USB port to view your lifesaving Emergency Medical Information.

Why do you need A Very Special Heart?

In an emergency, Doctors and EMTs make crucial decisions about your medical treatment. These decisions are based on the best information available. Without reliable, detailed information, critical treatment maybe delayed…and this may mean the difference between life or death.

With your Very Special Heart™ or Globe there are no delays. When it’s plugged into any PC, anywhere in the world, your Very Special Heart™ software* automatically displays your emergency medical information.

Below is what your information looks like when it is plugged in to a computer…

My Thoughts

This is one of those products that has a lot of importance and that I wholeheartedly recommend everyone getting. It could be a matter of life or death. Ever since I received my A Very Special Heart to review and add to my I Love Tech Gadgets week I have learned the importance of it and have been making a big push for all the members of my family and my friends to get one for themselves. I do not like thinking about the worst case scenario but I do, and having this has actually eased my mind a bit about what would happen if I was unconscious in an accident. I am using mine as a keychain and have instructed medical personnel to look to my key chain for my medical information. I love this product and I am so happy to ave it now. Like I said I HIGHLY recommend A Very Special Heart to everyone!

Good news! I am hosting a giveaway for one Dirty Shirt reader to win their own Special Heart. Please see rules below to enter today!


  • MAIN RULE – Go to A Very Special Heart’s website and find one other document you would like to put on your heart and come back and tell me in comments what it is. (remember if this rule is not followed then no others will count)
  • 1 Extra Entry – Subscribe to my RSS feed or by email (or let me know if you already are) in a separate comment.
  • 1 Extra Entry – Follow me on Twitter (button in subscribe section on the right sidebar) and let me know your Twitter name in a separate comment.
  • 1 Extra Entry – Tweet this giveaway. Copy and paste – @Jentifa is giving away A Very Special Heart! Check it out here Then come back and leave the direct link to your tweet (go to your twitter account, click on the words when your tweet was sent (ie. 5 seconds ago) and copy and paste that link in comments.
  • 1 Extra Entry – Become a fan of A Very Special Heart and leave a separate comment that you did.
  • 2 Extra Entries – Write a post on your blog linking to my blog.

This giveaway will run through midnight on March 6, with winner being announced the morning of March 7. Winner will be chosen using from all valid entries and notified via email. Winner will have 48 hours to contact me before another winner is chosen. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only.


149 Responses to “A Very Special Heart | Review and Giveaway”
  1. Margaret says:

    I’d definitely put my medical release forms in it.

  2. Margaret says:

    RSS subscriber through google reader

  3. Margaret says:

    Twitter follower – (@sunquistadora)

  4. jennifer says:

    Parental consent forms would be helpful too!

  5. jennifer says:

    I subscribe to the dirty t shirt via e-mail!

  6. Debbie Jackson says:

    this would be so great

  7. Debbie Jackson says:

    email sub

  8. Debbie Jackson says:


  9. Debbie Jackson says:

    faceb ook

  10. i would love to win this for my diabled sister. she has cerabral palsy as well as many other health issues. this would help her out a lot by showing what medications she is on and who to call in an emergency.
    mommy2skie at yahoo dot com

  11. subscribe; mommy2skie at yahoo dot com

  12. follow you on twitter; mommy2skie

  13. have your button (click my name)
    bottom of page.
    mommy2skie at yahoo dot com

  14. fan a very special heart on facebook; mommy2skie

  15. Dottie says:

    Definitely medical release/parental release forms for myself and kids.

    Email subscriber.

    Follow on Twitter and Tweeted @ less than 5 seconds ago


    Dottie :)

  16. Merrie L. says:

    Organ Donor information would be great!

  17. Merrie L. says:

    I subscribe via email.

  18. Merrie L. says:

    I became a fan of A Very Special Heart.

  19. Linda Kish says:

    Medical release forms for sure. Also drivers license copy.

    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  20. Linda Kish says:


    lkish77123 at gmail dot com

  21. juau4 says:

    Your Drivers License can be stored on A Very Special Heart. It can be password protected so that only you can have access.

  22. juau4 says:

    Email Subscriber

  23. juau4 says:

    Became a fan of A Very Special Heart on fb.

  24. juau4 says:

    Became fan of The Dirty Shirt on fb; jdograbbitau

  25. susan varney says:

    parental consent forms

  26. Tami says:

    I would put my advance directive on there – copies of my holter monitor results, and anything that relates to my medical conditions. This is the best idea I have seen in a long time! Thank you for sharing this!

  27. Tami says:

    I subscribe via RSS feed!

  28. Annette D says:

    I would put my personal documents like driver’s license and credit card numbers.
    Great idea!

  29. Annette D says:

    I am following on twitter @annedoggett

  30. Annette D says:

    I subscribe to your feed

  31. parental release forms would be great! love this product.

  32. twitter follower: @shootingstarmag

  33. follow on twitter: @shootingstarmag

  34. Maureen says:

    As someone who has had to wear a medic alert bracelet before this is a wonderful idea. I like it also for the travel documents or the passort info.

  35. Jenny says:

    I would put my credit card in the heart.

  36. I must say this is the most amazing thing I have seen in a long time. what a fantastic idea~! I would add all the options. That’s what makes this little heart so special. I would love to have my important documents and my medical release forms not to mention my drivers license and birth certificate secured with me too. I wonder if you could also have a copy of your will on it too?? I love how they made it pretty to wear. The old medical alert bracelets and necklaces were so ugly. I think that’s why so many people never wore them. At first I thought they were great for women but how many men are gonna want to wear a heart then I saw that they have a globe key chain for the men which was wonderful. I’m suppose to wear a medical alert bracelet or necklace because I am allergic to penicillin. I did for a while but I just hated the look. My father goes in the hospital Tuesday to have blocked arteries bypassed to his legs. He has lot’s of medical conditions and a long list of medications this would be perfect for him to have too. He is 72 and I worry about him all the time.

  37. I’m a subscriber. When I received your email I just had to check this out. I still am so amazed with this review. I just sent my mother the link to this review. She is diabetic and should have one and definitely my father. My sister and I also could use this. I also sent the link to your review to my group online because I really think this would save lives and is really important.

  38. I’m following your tweets on twitter :)

  39. Tweeted @twitter about this review and giveaway here
    Thanks Again~!

  40. I Became a fan of A Very Special Heart on facebook and posted to their wall and posted on my wall here

  41. Val Pearson says:

    I would put major health records (tests etc.) on it.

  42. Val Pearson says:

    I follow you on twitter


  43. Val Pearson says:

    I subscribe through email

  44. Naomi says:

    I love the idea of keeping your passport and drivers’ license info on it. Birth certificates would be good, too!

  45. Val Pearson says:

    I am a fan of Very Special Heart on facebook. I am Val Pearson on there.

  46. Something as important as this I just had to spread the word about your review and giveaway as much as possible so I just blogged about it here

  47. SANDY says:

    med release

  48. Anson says:

    I’d want X-rays and MRIs

  49. I am allergic to penicillin. This would be just great to warn people if I am unable to tell them myself.

  50. My husband has diabetes. He needs medication protection too.

  51. Judie says:

    The thing I’d like to put on it besides my medical records is that “I am an Organ Donor” another thing I’s like to put in it is “no BP needle sticks etc on R-arm due to breast cancer surgery” This is the greates thing. I just went through 3 hours of Pre-OP paper work for a surgery I’m having on Tues. I wish I had one of these with all my info on. It would have made things a lot easier.I’m pretty good about keeping my medical records, but this would make it so much easier.

  52. Judie says:

    I subscribed to your Blog by e-mail

  53. Bacallsmom says:

    Organ donation information would be good to keep on such a device, but to me the crucial info is medications (like blood thinners) that emergency doctors would need to treat you properly in an emergency.

  54. Bacallsmom says:

    Subscribed by e-mail
    bbentry [at] aol [dot] com

  55. Bacallsmom says:

    Following you on Twitter (kailua67)

  56. Bacallsmom says:

    FAn of A Very Special Heart on Facebook (Susie Randle)

  57. Debra P says:

    I would like to put organ donor information.

  58. Sarah Hirsch says:

    all medical forms as well as drivers license

  59. Becky says:

    My daughter has some serious health issues and this would be a wonderful tool to have!! Another thing I’d put on it is her drivers license – she often forgets and looses things – so could be helpful!!

  60. I would want my x-ray info put on the “heart” because I have titanium implants in my cervical and lumbar spine, which always sets off a metal detector. Thanks for the chance to win this great giveaway.

  61. I’m an email subscriber.

  62. I follow you on Twitter.

  63. I’m a fan of A Very Special Heart on Facebook,
    Bill Lorie Shewbridge

  64. BrendaLea says:

    besides my current medical info I would want to put Organ donor information on it. This would be so helpful, with all the meds (18 total) that I take , and all of my help problems with would be a God send. Thanks for the chance to win one.

  65. BrendaLea says:

    e-mail subscriber

    prpldy at

  66. BrendaLea says:

    I follow you on twitter. My user name: @prpldy

    prpldy at comcast dot net

  67. Katklaw777 says:

    I like the idea of putting you Organ Donation info in it. I think being an organ donor is one of the best options a person can make in their life.
    It helps so many people and is the right thing to do.
    Great device, great giveaway, thanks.

  68. Katklaw777 says:

    I subscribe via email.

  69. Shellie says:

    I like that you can have your DNR and advanced directives put in there.

  70. Shellie says:

    I follow you on Goggle Friend connect

  71. 1955nurse says:

    I’d definitly put my Organ donor info and Advanced directives on it, as well as As a Nurse in ICU I got to see 1st hand what heartache and havoc it causes in families when they have to make these kind of difficult decisions For ANOTHER FAMILY MEMBER!

  72. 1955nurse says:

    I’m one of yr e-mail subscribers – keep up the good work ;)

  73. 1955nurse says:

    Also on GFC – thanks for the wonderful giveaways!

  74. Marjorie Whitney says:

    DNR and passport info for sure! taxchyk(at) gmail (dot) com

  75. Kim Benton says:

    I had a Heart Attack exactly 1 year ago at 47 years. I’d definitely put my medical information.
    Thanks so much for the offer.

  76. Mimi the kitten says:

    Medical Release forms and information about my beloved cats (so that, if anything should happen to me, someone could go care for them).

  77. I would like to put Passports on A Very Special Heart :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  78. Already subscribed to The Dirty Shirt in reader

  79. Following @Jentifa on Twitter {TheLuckyLadybug}

  80. A Very Special Heart Facebook fan

  81. Michael says:

    One document that I would include with my Very Special Heart would be a medical release form.

  82. Marc says:

    Never seen anything like this before…cool and practical. I would put my organ donor information on there.

  83. Happi Shopr says:

    medical release/parental release forms for hubby, myself and kids.

  84. Jodi says:

    Medical release forms are something that I would want on my heart.

  85. Kim H. says:

    I liked Option 1 the public documents. I think it’s very important to have your DNR already made out if that is something you wish to have upheld. Option 2 is cool, too.

    I have never heard of this thing, but now that I have, I’ll be thinking about my family and suggesting it to them. Thanks.

  86. Amanda Barnes says:

    I would put medical release forms as well as my drivers license info on it! :) This is such a great product!

  87. christa marteny says:

    i would put advance dir.and organ donation i wan one of thes

  88. Chrysa says:

    I would like to put the Drivers License copy

  89. Chrysa says:

    I’m following you on Twitter (I’m @ThriftyJinxy).

  90. brooke says:

    With all of the medical issues that my daughter has I would put as much as I could including “X-rays and MRIs – that may assist emergency personnel”

  91. Charles Opperman says:

    I would put info on aortic valve replacement I had done.

  92. Auriette says:

    The first thing I’d put on my Heart would be a DNR form for myself and my husband. We know each others’ wishes and we’ve told our parents, but it would be awful to be in the middle of a court battle if one of us were incapacitated.

  93. REBECCA says:

    I would want to put my organ donor information

  94. Nat Stevens says:

    I didn’t see it listed but I think a shot record may be handy as well
    signed up for email

  95. lilshuga2001 says:

    med release forms would be a big help

  96. lilshuga2001 says:


  97. lilshuga2001 says:

    follow on twitter

  98. kathy pease says:

    i would keep my Driver’s license..i lost mine and actually need to get a replacemrnt at the dmv

  99. kathy pease says:


  100. kathy pease says:

    following on twitter klp1965

  101. kathy pease says:

    vsh fan on facebook kathylpease

  102. I would love to win this Thank You for this great giveaway

  103. Julie says:

    I would love to get the Globe for my hubby. He keeps a LONG list of current (and previous) medications,

  104. Julie says:

    Following sponsor of FB

  105. Linda Prock says:

    I’d put organ donor information as well as medical info. I’ve had gastric bypass and need to alert people to no INSAID drugs or no NGTube. I really need this and hope I win.

    I know that sounds selfish, but I just can’t afford one right now.

  106. Linda Prock says:

    this was posted on twitter


  107. Linda Prock says:

    I posted on facebook

  108. Linda Prock says:

    I subscribe

  109. R Hicks says:

    I am an organ donor and want that on there.

  110. R Hicks says:

    subscribe via email to you

  111. R Hicks says:

    follow you twitter


  112. R Hicks says:

    facebook fan A Very Special Heart

    rich hicks

  113. hazel hunt says:


  114. Sharon M says:

    I need this. My husband is a diabetic and is alergic to a few meds.

  115. mindy says:

    medical release form thanks

  116. Trina says:

    I would have DNR information included on my Very Special Heart.

  117. Veronica Garrett says:

    I would like to put medical release forms on it.

  118. Sand says:

    I would certainly put Organ donor information and DNR information.

  119. Donna K says:

    I would put my shot record on it.

  120. Donna K says:

    I subscribe to your feed.

  121. Donna K says:

    I follow you on twitter.(donnak4)

  122. Gianna says:

    Medical release forms.

  123. dawn says:

    Organ donation information


  124. daniel b says:

    Organ Donor information!

  125. David Thames says:

    The product like “A Very Special Heart” is a great idea but there are problems (at least in our area of the country). The hospital and EMS services that we use will not plug a device that has not been proven to be safe to their computer equipment (virus and malware free). I’ve asked the company that makes “A Very Special Heart” via …email to send documentation and possibly a sample product to the hospital and EMS services, but they have not replied nor have the agencies received anything. I our case, I have a family member that has a very lengthy medical history, med list, provider list and allergy list. Having to print, update, re-print time and time again for every visit and test gets to be expensive and time consuming. So someone needs to push this product harder especially in the hospital and ambulance services in every community to get it accepted.

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