Could a defibrillator drone save lives?
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The defibrillator drone that can beat ambulance times

A drone which could deliver a defibrillator to a person suffering from a cardiac arrest is being tested by the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.

Trial flights have the shown the drones can arrive at a destination four times faster than an ambulance.

After cardiac arrest, the chances of survival decrease by 10% for every minute that an individual goes without cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or defibrillation.

Some 300,000 people die of cardiac arrest in Europe each year.

BBC Click finds out more.

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