Successful flight and landing for the first time with the donation of a drone lung

For the first time in human history, a pair of human lungs has been sent from one hospital to another by a drone. Photo: Gizmodo website

Toronto: For the first time in human history, fragile organs such as human lungs have been transported by drone from one hospital to another in just six minutes.

The trust was safely transported from Toronto Western Hospital to Toronto General Hospital, highlighting both the importance and speed of the drone. This is the first time the lungs have been transported thanks to a delivery drone.

Elaine Hodak, 63, is the first person in history to receive two lungs. The incident took place on September 25, details of which have been released recently. On September 25, at one o’clock in the morning, a drone landed near Toronto General Hospital. The lungs were delivered to a senior surgeon named Shiv Kashuji, who is also a professor at the University of Toronto. Where they reviewed and transferred it to the 63-year-old engineer.

The drone traveled a mile and a half to take the donation to the hospital. Alien is now completely healthy after a lung transplant. He was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis in 2019. A few minutes before the operation, he was out of breath. They were taking 25 liters of air per minute and oxygen.

Alien is completely healthy and living happily at home.

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