“We are developing new technology, medicine and treatments for our future ambulances,” President and CEO Jakob Riis said in a statement
The next frontier in EMS may be through 911 dispatcher-directed bystander administration of drugs and devices delivered by drone.
The first such delivery was completed Saturday, when a large, fixed-wing drone soared into the skies from an airport on England’s south coast.
The tests were designed to determine how unmanned aerial systems can assist medical professionals in their fight to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
There is a 25% discard rate for unused human organs because they cannot physically get into the hands of the transplant surgeons in time before the window of opportunity expires
We know drones as children’s toys, from videos and maybe from the military. But drones are much more than that, and Falck is now testing how drones can be a help in health and treatment.