Leonardo Helicopters is working with international medical associations to study the technologies required for future emergency medical service (EMS) helicopters. The air ambulance has transformed health care systems, saving lives by speeding up the transit of emergency patients to hospitals, but also reaching them in places too remote or difficult to access by road. But air ambulance service also has its limitations. In most civilian EMS operations, use of helicopters is about speed, ...

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