Emergency Medical Services

Emergency Medical Services

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With the increase in recent years of refugees fleeing from dangerous areas via the sea, an urgent humanitarian crisis, some researchers have begun developing...
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It can be easily agreed upon that the COVID-19 pandamic has had a destroctive effect on many of our lives, whether it be losing...
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Doctors are discovering the potential of VR headsets as a non-drug way to treat their patients. from an alternative to general anesthetics to a...
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Following several biohazard epidemics, the COVID-19 pandemic and the 2001 anthrax attacks in the US, a critical infrastructure biodefense program will be established at...
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While artificial intelligence offers the power to drive a vast array of analytics solutions, many of the newest technology developments have been driven by...
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The survival rate for people with cardiac arrest depends on the time patients get defibrillation. The defibrillator is a portable electronic device that automatically...
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Pressure has ramped up globally for better biosafety and security over the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its impact could inspire “bad actors” to...
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When a disaster occurs, whether by natural or human made means, it is crucial to obtain the latest and most recent information to guarantee...
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To many of us, drones delivering commercial goods is a not so far off distant future. In reality, it's already happening. Drones, developed by...

Protecting healthcare organizations from cyber-attacks can be a matter of life and death. Healthcare organizations are vulnerable to various cybersecurity threats demanding from them...

By Or Shalom Cyberattacks targeting the health sector have intensified following the COVID-19 crisis. The US Department of Health and Human Services and the Office...
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Face masks that cover the mouth and nose to prevent COVID-19 contamination could soon become a lot more useful for the wearer. Researchers are...

Climate change is not only the concern of environmentalists. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has been increasingly focusing on adapting to climate...

“There is a critical unmet need for far-forward triage and monitoring tools that enhance battlefield diagnostics for burn wounds by non-burn experts.” The US...
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Drones help survey disaster areas, providing first responder teams with the situational awareness required for coping with the challenges. However, sometimes drone imagery doesn’t...

US Army soldiers will soon be able to bring their own approved devices to use at work on an enduring basis. The US Army...
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At a time when efficient vaccine and medication delivery is crucial, new drone network technology allows for near-instant deployment for medical deliveries, emergency services...
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In emergencies, first responders and safety agencies need to be able to share precise real-time information. A new video link feature provides drone operators...
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Passenger screening automation will create the next-generation screening experience at airports. A new program by the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and...
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New autonomous technology could be a big step forward for battlefield first aid, where every minute counts. US Army leaders are trying to bolster...

“Make products cyber-safe. If you’re developing new technology and want to sell it in the market, make sure your R&D is cyber secure,” this...

Head of Innovation and Country Branding, Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs: “The Corona period has raised the profile of the Israeli innovation industry in...