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Organization and management of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies
CPR instructions provided over the telephone by the emergency dispatcher, called dispatcher-assisted CPR, can substantially increase bystander-initiated CPR and thereby increase the chance for survival from out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.
Unmanned aircraft or ship that can navigate autonomously, without human control or beyond line of sight
It's a one-person ambulance drone modelled after a standard quadcopter–driven by a GPS, pilot, or combination of both–that could be dispatched to an emergency scene with a single EMT. The EMT stabilizes the patient, loads him up, and sends him back to the hospital for further treatment
Drugs that save lives in case of emergency.