Drones delibery will Become ‘The Big business’ In Healthcare Delivery
UAV technology was originally used for military purposes. With the opening of policies in the low-altitude field of various countries, UAVs began to enter the civilian market, and they are developing rapidly every year. The outbreak of COVID-19 in 2019 has not yet reduced human contact infection. Virus, some countries have begun to use drones to deliver vaccines. Since then, drones have been accepted in the field of medical transportation. This will be a big business and an industry that is optimistic about the limelight companies.
Once an autonomous drone helped save the life of a person who experienced OHCA. The press release explains that "a 71-year-old man suffered out-of-hospital cardiac arrest while shoveling snow on his driveway, and the medical facility used a drone to quickly deliver (AED) to him, which could be reached by an ambulance. Defibrillation was used to save his life."
Last week's rescue perfectly exemplifies that adage. The press release states, "It took just over three minutes from when the alert was raised to when the AED was safely delivered to the door of the accident address. After initial treatment at the scene, the patient was rushed to the hospital and has made a full recovery today." Especially with the timely out-of-hospital treatment On the one hand, this event exemplifies the incredible promise of possible applications for drones in healthcare.
Now big companies like Amazon, Walmart, and 7-Eleven have begun extensive testing and use of drone technology for retail needs. This widespread use promises a few different positive effects. First, large retailers entering the drone space will boost R&D to further advance drone technology and applications.
In fact, if innovators continue to develop this technology in a safe, reliable, scalable, and efficient manner, drones can provide enormous potential value, especially in the timely delivery of healthcare and measurable