Ambulance drone or helicopter? The solution could be the multicopter with rescue operator German rescue service ADAC Luftrettung published a study that shows multicopter rescue is feasible and could free up the rescue helicopter for other…
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After 2012, when the Department of Health and the HSE’s National Ambulance Service (NAS) launched the first Emergency Aeromedical Service (EAS) in Ireland, the service transported critical patients to the most appropriate hospital.
Paramedics like Iron Man: could a jet suit save lives? The Great North Air Ambulance Service tested…
With a jet suit, paramedics would reach patients in minutes by "flying" to them. This device has been tested by the Great North Air Ambulance Service.
In the US, two network companies, MissionGO and Nevada Donor Network have successfully carried a human organ and tissue via an Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS). Could this technology be applied to an ambulance drone?
It has been detected that during interfacility transports of injury patients by air ambulance, the deliveries ofter register a delay. A study carried out by the University of Toronto explained the causes.
COVID-19 made people realize how ambulance services are important. In particular, sometimes, also air ambulance transports are essential.
MedEvac Foundation is organizing a webinar on how to avoid chronique fatigue among responders in MEDEVAC operations. The importance of this webinar is also to imrpove safety, because a more "relaxed" responder is a better responder.
Technology for emergency responders: a new app to improve Emergency Services operations in Germany,…
Germany, Austria and Switzerland emergency responders have a new ally: it is a brand new app to improve patient's localization.
In India, the idea of helipads to welcome an air ambulance with a COVID-19 pod have been launched a couple of years ago. Now it's reality.
Prince William wishes to commemorate the Air Ambulance Week 2020 with a personal letter for all ambulance workers who serve patients across Britain.