Air ambulance services, also known as medical air transport services, are a type of air evacuation or transportation service provided to patients in the event of an emergency. An air ambulance is a helicopter or an airplane that is outfitted with medical supplies and instruments to offer the best possible healthcare and comfort while traveling. The system also includes trained medical personnel who treat the patient immediately until the ambulance arrives at the nearest hospital. Breathing apparatus, monitoring systems, and defibrillators are frequently included in an air ambulance kit. The service reduces traffic congestion and is especially useful in places hit by natural disasters, conflicts, or epidemic outbreaks. During the forecast period, the Global air ambulance industry is predicted to develop rapidly.
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The need for air medical services has increased as the prevalence of chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and others has increased. Aging is another element that contributes to serious medical issues. According to UN publications, there were 703 million persons over the age of 65 in 2019, with the number expected to rise to 1.5 billion by 2050. Because of the increased number of life-threatening circumstances in the 60-75 age range, the market is expected to rise at a faster rate throughout the projected period.
In May 2020, EHang, a renowned producer of Autonomous Aerial Vehicles (AAV), successfully transported personnel and medical supplies in their two-seat passenger drone. In addition, EHang and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) are working together to create Ambular, an ambulance drone that can quickly respond to medical situations.
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