Drones were also used for surveillance in battle zones, anti-submarine warfare, and target practise. Until recently, the use of drones in the medical field was limited. Drones are currently being used in the medical sector, but the industry is still in its early stages. In remote areas, they are used to deliver emergency medicine and blood products weighing up to 5 pounds. In Rwanda, medical drones started delivering critical medications and blood products in 2016, assisting people in learning about biologics, which can save people's lives in an emergency. They will provide medication inside the hospital and blood between the buildings, as well as provide elderly patients with tools to help them age in place. It has been noted that, in addition to private healthcare institutions, governments are also pursuing drone technology for the betterment of the public and healthcare units. Drones in medical units can be helpful in a number of ways, including decreasing transportation costs, allowing for quicker deliveries, reducing carbon emissions, being cost effective, delivering distribution 24 hours a day, reaching out to remote areas, and more.
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Key Driving Factors: Drones are finding new uses in healthcare:
Medical drones market growth will be aided by the increasing use of drones in the healthcare sector. Drones distribute needed medications, vaccines, antivenin, and blood products to patients in need in their local areas. Rapid distribution enables healthcare providers to provide services to patients more effectively, potentially saving their lives. Furthermore, they can bring medicine to a patient's bedside, resulting in less prescription errors. Drones' broad range of applications can boost business growth over the projected period.
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Opportunities: Government Initiatives:
Increased government efforts aimed at creating Unarmed Aerial Vehicles would spur technical advances. For example, in 2018, the Tanzanian government and DHL teamed up to launch a medical drone delivery programme. Zipline is now working to provide blood, life-saving drugs, and vaccines to people in need. The government's main aim for these programmes is to save people's lives by supplying drugs in an emergency.
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Over the projected era, emergency medical services (EMS) are expected to rise by about 25%. Access to care in emergency circumstances such as cardiac arrest and road incidents is a problem for developing and underdeveloped countries. In 2020, the blood banks segment was worth more than USD 31 million. Owing to bad road conditions, blood transport in developing countries is a major undertaking. Medical drones deliver blood, plasma, and platelets from blood banks to remote hospitals and clinics. Blood is administered on time in emergency conditions such as childbirth, operations, organ transplants, and cerebrovascular diseases. As a result, blood banks are increasingly using drones to transport blood, which is expected to move the segment forward.
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Published Date : April-2021