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A review of teleradiology in Africa – Towards mobile teleradiology in Nigeria

Mohammed Y. Tahir, Maurice Mars, Richard E. Scott
2022 South African Journal of Radiology  
Teleradiology, including mobile teleradiology, is feasible in sub-Saharan Africa for routine X-ray support of patients and healthcare providers in rural and remote locations.  ...  contemporary smartphones and mobile networks, where accessible.  ...  Acknowledgements Competing interests The authors declare they have no financial or personal relationships that may have inappropriately influenced the writing of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajr.v26i1.2257 pmid:35169498 pmcid:PMC8832073 fatcat:mwdft66w3vbajl37q2rvns7jky

Cybercare 2.0: meeting the challenge of the global burden of disease in 2030

Joseph M. Rosen, Luis Kun, Robyn E. Mosher, Elliott Grigg, Ronald C. Merrell, Christian Macedonia, Julien Klaudt-Moreau, Andrew Price-Smith, James Geiling
2016 Health and Technology  
Cybercare means "health care in cyberspace"for example, doctors consulting with patients via videoconferencing across a distributed network; or patients receiving care locallyin neighborhoods, "minute  ...  In this paper, we propose to advance and transform today's healthcare system using a model of networked health care called Cybercare.  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Comm ons Attribution 4.0 International License (http:// creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12553-016-0132-8 pmid:27358760 pmcid:PMC4901101 fatcat:opr2pzf5bnbp7cbwkg7adt32jy

Oral Presentations

2001 Technology and Health Care  
Earlier identification of trauma incidents with improved access to patients, prehospital diagnosis with point of service care, and improved hospital care would each be expected to positively effect survival  ...  of all trauma patients.  ...  the next decade as a means to improve quality of care.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2001-9405 fatcat:njxsp6up7jhl7hvh4idloudlyy

Poster Presentations

2001 Technology and Health Care  
multimedia medical data in real time, and an asynchronous mode, where users can exchange clinical information by means of an integrated messaging tool.  ...  A search of a sample provides a list of patients with the matching criteria and the list of tests requested for each sample with the results obtained.  ...  The mobile telemedical network uses technology of GSM for transmission the textual and graphic information. Usually it is enough for realization consultation enough 1.5 b of the information.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2001-9406 fatcat:u6uy3vk6jjf2xf2p2o6f3dwzvi

Trauma Association of Canada (TAC) Annual Scientific Meeting. The Westin Whistler Resort & Spa, Whistler, BC, Thursday, Apr. 11 to Saturday, Apr. 13, 2013Testing the reliability of tools for pediatric trauma teamwork evaluation in a North American high-resource simulation settingThe association of etomidate with mortality in trauma patientsDefinition of isolated hip fractures as an exclusion criterion in trauma centre performance evaluations: a systematic reviewEstimation of acute care hospitalization costs ...

G. Hoit, C. Hinkewich, J. Tiao, V. Porgo, L. Moore, L. Moore, J. Tiao, C. Wang, B. Moffatt, S. Wheeler, L. Gillman, K. Bartens (+672 others)
2013 Canadian journal of surgery  
This study examined the association of etomidate use with patient mortality in trauma patients. Methods: This study is a retrospective review of adult trauma patients who required intubation at the  ...  Conclusion: The TEAM, TTAT and TTATtw were found to be reliable instruments when used by both a panel of experts and nonexperts.  ...  Methods: From July to October 2012, each patient admitted to the hospital for injuries related to a fall was prospectively administered  ... 
doi:10.1503/cjs.005813 fatcat:m6xhwho4efgohirjvprezl7v6m

The provision of services in the UK for UK armed forces veterans with PTSD: a rapid evidence synthesis

Jane Dalton, Sian Thomas, Hollie Melton, Melissa Harden, Alison Eastwood
2018 Health Services and Delivery Research  
We conducted a narrative synthesis of research literature on models of care and on treatments, guided by information from UK practice.  ...  Promising models of care from more robust studies (three randomised controlled trials and one qualitative study) were collaborative arrangements and community outreach for improving intervention access  ...  What is the evidence of effectiveness of models of care* for UK armed forces veterans with PTSD (as described above), including impact on access, retention, clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction and  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr06110 fatcat:6zsl7mkwvjcj3c2fgavbfltmuy

Abstracts of the 2nd EfCCNa Congress, 10-11 November 2005, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

2005 CONNECT: The World of Critical Care Nursing  
the World Federation of Critical Care Nursesv  ...  Even though when patients meet these criteria, about 30% of the patients do not (or not enough) respond to CRT ("non-responders").  ...  Implications Intensive care research may be facilitated and improved by network collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.1891/1748-6254.4.3.80 fatcat:mni7yd7qsjcslf376wrg6rf4va

Remote Rehabilitation: A Solution to Overloaded & Scarce Health Care Systems

Karla Muñoz Esquivel
2018 Trends in Telemedicine & E-health  
Acknowledgement We want to thank the EU Interreg Northern Periphery and Artic Programme for funding the SENDoc project and all the support provided for the execution of this project by our institutions  ...  Sote in Joensuu, Finland, Department of Community Medicine and Rehabilitation in Umeå University, VLL and in the Centre for Gerontology and Rehabilitation, School of Medicine, UCC.  ...  The Irish team implemented this service for the rehabilitation of COPD patients based in the North County Clare area of Mid-West Ireland.  ... 
doi:10.31031/tteh.2018.01.000503 fatcat:42mgptctirfk7evdnatefiir4u

NNVAWI Abstracts

2020 Global Qualitative Nursing Research  
Preliminary thematic analysis of the transcribed interviews has identified barriers and enablers for nurses working with families experiencing family violence.  ...  Nurses spoke about feelings of increasing responsibility in family violence work, and a lack of role definition and boundaries between nurses and specialist services.  ...  News media play a significant role in the public's understanding of GBV, with framing impacting support for funding, safe houses, legal sanctions for perpetrators, protection for victims, and so on.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2333393620932494 pmid:32656298 pmcid:PMC7331758 fatcat:fnu2d46rfvb33c44wa7qhjcmhu

Abstracts of the 3rd Baltic and North Sea Conference on Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine

B Medicine
2013 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
Review Committee Jan Ekholm and Kristina Schüldt Ekholm (SE) (chairpersons) Boya Nugraha (DE) (secretary)  ...  Trauma networks like in Great-Britain, Germany and in the Netherlands are responsible for the improvement of survival and primary care.  ...  Patients for in-patient rehabilitation arrived after treatment and acute rehabilitation in the traumatology ward -PRM care was provided by a mobile multidisciplinary team.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-1223 fatcat:pnqrdyijbrh6vj6qsr25qfu5ci

Lessons from the London Stroke Initiative: How Pathway Improvement Is Discovered, Designed, and Deployed

Lord Ara Darzi, Thomas H. Lee
2020 NEJM Catalyst  
Modern technology means that patients would not always have to go to the "hub" for specialised care.  ...  For instance, North West London Hospitals have developed a care bundle for tackling the clostridium difficile infection.  ...  Turning the vision into reality: improving healthcare for London 1. A huge amount of energy and enthusiasm has gone into this report.  ... 
doi:10.1056/cat.20.0470 fatcat:yki5ie6iojexpi67j4lflxxfje

WFCCN/ACCCN World Congress, Brisbane Australia, April 2016: abstracts

2016 CONNECT: The World of Critical Care Nursing  
ethical perspectives of the intensive care patient.  ...  Prominent R wave in ECG lead V1 predicts improvement of left ventricular ejection fraction after cardiac resynchronisation therapy in patients with and without left bundle branch block.  ...  Critical care nursing leaders in this region have been on a 10year journey to form a sustainable network and strategy to improve conditions for critical care nurses and patients.  ... 
doi:10.1891/1748-6254.10.2.18 fatcat:wdepjov7ijfpzgeqern46v5uoa

Insights from the clinical assurance of service reconfiguration in the NHS: the drivers of reconfiguration and the evidence that underpins it – a mixed-methods study

Candace Imison, Lara Sonola, Matthew Honeyman, Shilpa Ross, Nigel Edwards
2015 Health Services and Delivery Research  
of supporting clinical networks.  ...  We found strong evidence that some specialist service reconfiguration including vascular surgery and major trauma can significantly improve clinical outcomes.  ...  their assistance in obtaining the NCAT reviews and other relevant documents and their assistance with the interviews. l The members of the NCAT steering group for their valuable input to the study.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr03090 fatcat:asw2ai5abzaavpftw7m5zejtyu

Images in Emergency Medicine: Phlegmasia Cerulea Dolens

Joel Levis
2013 The Permanente Journal  
The Permanente Journal/ Winter 2013/ Volume 17 No. 1 REVIEW ARTICLE Meta-Analysis of the Use of Narrative Exposure Therapy for the Effects of Trauma Among Refugee Populations Acknowledgment Leslie  ...  Acknowledgments Kathleen Louden, ELS, of Louden Health Communications and Leslie E Parker, ELS, provided editorial assistance.  ...  The CBO said, the technology can "improve the quality of health care and, ultimately, the outcomes of that care for patients." 16 Meaningful Use As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/12-036 pmid:23596373 pmcid:PMC3627786 fatcat:u5qh3b2r3ndqjnmvs65vbstxpa

Point-of-Care Diagnosis of Acute Myocardial Infarction in Central Vietnam

Gerald J. Kost, Amanullah Zadran, Thuan T.B. Duong, Tung T. Pham, An V. D. Ho, Nhan V. Nguyen, Irene J. Ventura, Layma Zadran, Mykhaylo V. Sayenko, Kelly Nguyen
2018 Point of Care  
Conclusions: Central Vietnam must improve rapid diagnosis and treatment of AMI patients.  ...  in the regional districts of Thua Thien Hue Province (TTHP), and (c) to recommend designs, technologies, systems logic, algorithms, and Spatial Care Paths (SCPs) that accelerate the care of patients suspected  ...  (1) 3. 35 In your health care network, how would you improve access to care for cardiac arrest patients?  ... 
doi:10.1097/poc.0000000000000167 pmid:30245595 pmcid:PMC6135481 fatcat:undu3hmi3vb7hcvgwq35wsfwnq
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