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Official Newsletter of Tamil Nadu Chapter of Telemedicine Society of India
What is New?
The month of August issue has three interesting articles. The first is from Anay on consultations between two doctors, relating to the care of a patient, as telemedicine consultations and the legal requirements.
The second is from Prof Ganapathy about having a band of clinician scientists and clinical technologists to help with growth of telehealth. He also emphasizes the role of clinical research.
Teladoc has been in the news and we bring you the experience on how these telemedicine robots have the capabilities to carryout basic clinical examination (such as checking blood pressure and heart rate) on their own, as instructed by the doctors. At Meenakshi Mission, these robots have empowered the doctors to treat patients anywhere and anytime.
Telemedicine – News from India & Abroad
Can Artificial Intelligence Detect Autism Early?
Artificial intelligence (AI) can soon be used to detect autism spectrum disorder (ASD) early, reveal researchers at the University of Arkansas.Han-Seok Seo, an associate professor with a joint appointment in food science…..Readmore
AI Algorithm Helps Cure Epilepsy
An artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm developed by researchers detects subtle brain abnormalities which cause epileptic seizures.The Multicentre Epilepsy Lesion Detection project (MELD) used over 1,000 patient…Readmore
New Stamp-sized Ultrasound Stickers can Monitor Your Internal Organs
New stamp-sized ultrasound sticker has been developed by a team of engineers in the US. The device can stick to skin and can provide continuous ultrasound imaging of internal organs for 48 hours….. Readmore
Can Artificial Intelligence Improve Stroke Diagnostics?
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology identifies when a patient is having a stroke caused by emergent large vessel occlusion (LVO), therefore making them a candidate for endovascular therapy (EVT)….Readmore
Telemedicine Practice Guidelines – A Foundation Course for RMPs by TSI Faculty
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