Two disaster drones delivered telemedical packages to disaster victims and rescue personnel via the John Bell Airport in Bolton, Mississippi in a simulated mass casualty event last week. This marks the first time this type of technology hit the skies. These drones are part of the Telemedical Drone Project (also known as HiRO or Health Integrated Rescue Operations) which was created by a senior associate dean, Italo Subbarao, and a medical student, Guy Paul Cooper, Jr., at William Carey University College of Osteopathic Medicine.
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