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Rain or shine, a nurse's job is never done. But even on a wet, yucky day, lives need to be saved, and why not looking good while taking care of that...?!

Be it a very special way of saying thanks to a nurse or physician for taking good care of you or a loved one, or as a means of accessorizing your very own stethoscope, I believe you will be
delighted by the one I will create just for your needs. Ask for a custom order, browse through the "Stethoscope Section" of my shop, or purchase the one listed here. You'll be able to specify the name in the 'note to seller' field upon check-out. For the quickest way of communicating with me, please don't hesitate to text me on my cell: 571-274-0312...

This stethoscope charm chain is made out of seafoam glass beads and faceted crystals in turquoise. The chain is accentuated by Tierra Cast silver spacers, silver-tone metal beadcaps and silver-fused clear Swarovsky crystals - very charming altogether.

The chain is easily attached to your stethoscope by removing the scope's rubber ear pieces, and sliding the black silicon rings of the charm all the way down the metal arms of the scope and onto its rubber part for a snug fit.

Your Stethoscope charm will ship out within a day or two, and arrive in bubble-wrap mailer, holding your purchase in a pretty organza bag, with an inspiring message attached to it.


The story behind the product:
While I can't claim I invented it, I / we have been around nurses (by now probably a good 300) and doctors (dozens and dozens) long enough to know that they would be delighted by this ingenius little accessory.

Our youngest daughter Faith was born October 1, 2010 at St. Luke's Hospital in Houston with a 10 -20% chance of surviving birth. She had hydrops, a condition where fluid accumulates in 3 or more areas of the body. In her case it effected her lungs, the area around her heart, her skin, as well as her scalp. In a very complicated procedure (Thorosynthesis), the fluid present in her lungs, was suctioned out with long "tube needles" during the C-Section delivery, allowing her lungs to be inflated artificially. In addition, she was born with congenital heart disease and a thrombosed liver.
We owe her survival at birth to the supreme skill and expertise of healthcare professionals at Texas Children's Hospital (TCH) in Houston, where she remained 7 weeks after birth, her surviving the first critical week after birth (another 80-90% mortality rate), and thereafter.

Every day for those 7 weeks, either her dad or I, drove the hour to TCH's NICU to pray over her, sing to her, or just hold her hands, watching her making progress, regressing again, but eventually coming off oxygen and other life-supporting tubes. We met some incredibly dedicated nurses and doctors that way, some of which we are still in touch with. That helped us tremendously dealing with all the challenges that God put in our path, such as our little Faith failing to thrive once back home, as was discovered at that point, a result of malrotated intestines. Back to TCH she went for, as it turned out, 2 surgeries and 9 seemingly endless weeks at the hospital due to a very tough recovery.
Again, we were blessed with a wonderful doctor and nursing staff, to which in no little measure we attribute Faith's healing and her ultimately coming back home again.
Life hasn't been easy since, as Faith was also diagnosed with moderate to severe hearing loss as well as Noonan's Syndrom (NS), and is still being primarily fed through a stomach tube. Many more hospitalizations (days and weeks at a time) have followed since. However, we consider ourselves blessed to have tremendous support through various therapists, numerous specialists that Faith keeps seeing, and last but not least that of family members and friends.

Faith has grown into a happy, smart and humorous big-little preschooler. She wears hearing aids and glasses, still takes heart meds several times daily and receives most of her feeds through her Mic-Key. However, after years of feeding therapy, she's now to the point that she can drink 90cc of special chocolate milk at school (still requiring a lot of coaxing / encouragement). We hope to increase that amount to a full feed by the beginning of the 2016/2017 school year, when she will be in Kindergarten! Whew: way to go, and ways to go!!

Beading has become a much welcome creative outlet for me, and I draw a lot of positive energy from it and communicating with my customers. Thank you for your support - I appreciate your business, and wish you a happy, healthy and blessed 2016!

"Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. And let endurance have its perfect result, so that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing."
James 1:2-4

Belìz STETHOSCOPE Charm Chain, PERSONALIZED Name ID, for Nurses, MDs and Therapists

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Silicone O Rings, Metal Wire, Swarovsky Crystals, Silvertone Spacers and Beadcaps, Acrylic letter beads, Seafoam Glass Beads
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 111 reviews
  • Favorited by: 19 people