One of the great trends we are seeing in healthcare innovation is taking a product or service that is being developed by a for-profit company and seeing it tailored to a healthcare use. Large firms like DHL, Google, and Amazon, have discussed plans to launch delivery drones. Well, a student at Delft University in Holland has come up with a potential life-saving application of these drones. This Medical Emergency Drone would deliver health saving equipment, instructions, and a live communications link from the scene to medical professions well before an ambulance arrives. It is believed that this technology could increase the survival rate of cardiac arrest from 8 to 80 percent. Read more about this at http://www.gizmag.com/ambulance-drone-response-time-cardiac-arrests/34504/ .