Drones to deliver defibrillators to 911 callers to treat cardiac arrest
A start-up called Flirtey partnered with REMSA Health to dispatch drones with portable defibrillators when 911 callers report cardiac arrest symptoms
By EMS1 Staff
CARSON CITY, Nev. — A start-up company is partnering with an emergency health services provider to deliver portable defibrillators to cardiac arrest victims via drones.
CNBC reported that Flirtey, a company that has delivered orders by drone for Domino’s and 7-Eleven, teamed up with REMSA Health to develop a plan to dispatch drones equipped with portable defibrillators whenever symptoms of cardiac arrest are reported to 911 dispatchers.
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