Justin J Boutilier

PhD candidate in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto.

Emergency Medical Services: Are Drones the Future?

Time-sensitive medical emergencies are responsible for over one-third of deaths worldwide, according to recent data from the World Health Assembly. Emergency medical services (EMS) are responsible for handling time-sensitive medical emergencies such as cardiac arrest, road traffic accidents, and maternal health issues such as childbirth, and often act as the first point of contact for the provision of healthcare services …

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