Not you, Al.
As I was saying on the show, every winter you can be sure that Scotland's mountain rescue teams will be kept busy, attending to the people who fall, or become ill or lost in the hills.
The conditions can be terrible and time of the essence. Which is why researchers are developing a stick on patch to give rescue teams information about casualties who're being recovered. It's hoped that wireless monitors could collect, and transmit, life saving information about vital signs like heart rate and blood pressure.
Huw Williams reported on the research. One of the people he spoke to was Jim Martin, who suffered terrible injuries when he fell on Ben Nevis in 2006. He's exactly the kind of casualty the technology could help. If you like hearing injuries described in some detail, here's a chance to hear more of that conversation:
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