Medical Drones: The Life-Saving Potential Of Unmanned Aircraft

Some know them as unmanned aerial vehicles and others refer to them as drones. Like it or not, drones are here to stay – but with that they are bringing many life-saving opportunities. One of these benefits is made possible with what we know as medical drones.

The healthcare has always been developing. Nowadays, we have machinery of all kinds and types – and tons of healing methods that have become sophisticated and (in some cases) painless. However, what medicine could never tackle is time.

If you think about it, time is what is most crucial in healing. Whether it’s a natural disaster, a traffic accident, a heart attack or an organ transplant, time is what remains a challenge and is something that needs a better solution.

In 2018, it looks like we have a solution for time in healthcare. It is coming in the shape of drones which will fly the extra mile and deliver drugs, vaccines, blood and even organs. The name of these drones is medical drones – and the opportunities under them are pretty impressive.

In A Nutshell: How Do Mobile Drones Work?

From amusement parks to skiing resorts, cities and even oceans, mobile drones are here to save lives in all areas which are filled with people enjoying their time. In times when it is more than difficult to transfer medicine to the right patient or injured person, mobile drones are the perfect answer covering any long distance or hard-to-reach areas and scenarios.

What started as drones for entertainment evolved to drones used in aerial photography, monitoring races and even landscaping. It was certainly Amazon which created a buzz around drones in delivery and started exploring their potential.

By Phillip Smith | dronebelow

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A growth-driven and strategic executive, Peter Coffaro commands more than 20 years of progressive management success within the orthopedic industry. Recognized by and the World Journal of Orthopedics as one of the top medical sales influencers in the industry; he has 10 years of combined sales management experience and has held positions as a Director, General Manager, Distributor and Vice President. Peter has worked for some of the top orthopedic companies in the world - Zimmer, DePuy and Stryker. He is also the founder of OrthoFeed: a popular blog that covers digital orthopedic news and emerging medical technologies. Peter is a three-time Hall of Fame award winner at Johnson and Johnson and has an extensive background in organizational development, business development, sales management, digital marketing and professional education. Peter holds a B.S. degree in Biology from Northern Illinois University.

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