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2007 | 13 | 2 | 105-114

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First Results of the Implementation of Telemedical Service in The Odessa Region


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Results on the implementation of technical system purposed for telemedical consultations in Odessa Region of Ukraine are presented. Such a system permitted to perform telemedical consultations in the form of videoconferences with parallel transmission of medical images, and ECG records. First (half year) experience of performing consultative activity was in favour of identification of urgent indications for surgery in some patients, and proved to be preventive with regard to some complications in patients with acute heart and vessel diseases as well as in patients with traumas. The main conclusion on high effectiveness of proposed telemedical technical configuration, and especially in terms of heightening standards of regional medical care was made.









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30 - 12 - 2008


  • Odessa Regional Hospital, ?dessa State Medical University, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Odessa Regional Hospital, ?dessa State Medical University, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Odessa Regional Hospital, ?dessa State Medical University, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Odessa Regional Hospital, ?dessa State Medical University, Odessa, Ukraine
  • Lab. of Bio-Medical Information, Delft, The Netherlands
  • South-Kazakhstan Medical Academy, Shemkent, Kazakhstan Republic
  • International Kazahstan- Turkey University after H. A. Yassaui, Turkestan, Kazahstan Republic


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