Ambulance Drone could be the answer to Emergency Response

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An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), commonly known as a drone, is an aircraft without a human pilot aboard. The flight of UAVs may operate with various degrees of autonomy: either under remote control by a human operator or autonomously by onboard computers. Some of the Parts of a Drone are: Battery Compartment, Receiver Antenna, Transmitter, Propeller, Sensors Rotor e.t.c

Drones are no more just for the supreme enthusiasts as these devices have penetrated the world of technology and a lot of businesses are looking forward to utilize the capacities of these machines to the best effects. There are some very basic uses while there are also some really creative ideas that you could make use of. Let us find out how you can put these drones to work.

APPLICATION AS A RESCUE AGENT AND HEALTHCARE

Usually, a rescue operation is a fight against time. You need to get the work done fast and smoothly. This is where drones come in handy.

In a medical emergency, the first minutes are vital to providing the right care to prevent escalation.In the European Union, around 800.000 people per year suffer from a cardiac arrest with only an 8% survival rate mostly due to the slow response time of emergency services (10 minutes). Brain death starts to occur in just 4 to 6 minutes leading to permanent death.

By speeding up emergency response, healthcare providers can prevent potential deaths and accelerate patient treatment.

Watch the below video to see how a patient is resuscitated.

Parts of Ambulance Drone are : Fordable arms, Battery, GPS, Defibrillator Paddles and Camera.

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