Drones and mobile apps could help cardiac arrest survival rates
Publication
Brampton Guardian, 4 Apr 2019, p. 46, column 1
Description
Creator
Marychuk, Marta
Media Type
Newspaper
Text
Item Type
Articles
Date of Publication
4 Apr 2019
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Cheskes, Sheldon ; Szwarc, David ; Polsinelli, Nancy ; Thompson, Allan
Corporate Name(s)
Sunnybrook Centre for prehospital medicine ; Peel paramedics ; Peel Health ; Peel Region ; Town of Caledon ; "FirstAED" ; "Improving outcomes from Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest: The Community Responder AED Drone program ; University of Toronto ; St. Michael's Hospital ; Canadian Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium ; Public access defibrillation (PAD) ; Drone Delivery Canada ; Trans Canada Trail ; Niagara Escarpment
Language of Item
English
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Drones and mobile apps could help cardiac arrest survival rates