Sunday, May 29, 2016



Mobility and accessibility in obtaining timely information are the most common problems faced by people who live in remote areas of the country.

 It is more expensive and disadvantageous on their part to take advantage of any basic health services at the local and international level. The government must find ways and means to have access to them. It was a different kind of methods, by all means, in order to help them and provide appropriate medical services. This is particularly true in Third World countries worldwide.

However, because of extensive studies investigations and discoveries of modern technology, this problem was the decision. It is using telemedicine as a source of bridging the gap. This allows medical experts and doctors to give prompt the doctor in the diagnosis and physical examination of the patient. This is done with the help of communications and information technology in the provision of clinical care. And with that, it reduces the cost of travel and stay in the hospital some patients who have lived in the far field. Patients who live in areas you can see a doctor or specialist in order to ensure their full and accurate inspection. patient no longer required to travel for only a few hours, to wait for the results and as those of ordinary GP or hospital visits. It also reduces the high risk and stress due to inconvenient traffic conditions.

Telemedicine has three main categories, and they are as follows: 1. Keep

-and-forward € "it includes the collection of medical data, such as medical images, biosignals, etc., then pass the medical professional or doctor in the most convenient time for evaluation and analysis. It does not require that both the parties must face to face or meet at the same time. The rating is only based on a structured medical records and captured video or preferably in electronic form in data transfer. Instead of actual physical examination of the patient, it requires only clinical techniques rely on the report stories based on the audio / video information. 2. Remote monitoring € "is also known as self-monitoring. This enables health care providers and other health care providers to monitor the patient's health in remote areas through the use of technological devices. It is used to treat chronic diseases as well as other diseases or disorders such as heart disease, diabetes or asthma. This is a great help for each patient in order to save time and money because of the long hours of travel. After all, it provides the same result, even if the two sides did not meet personally. 3. Interactive services â € "is considered the most useful of the three categories. This is because it provides a real-time interaction between the patient and health care professionals through the use of telephone, Internet, satellite video and any other type of remote communication. In addition, € œclinician-interactiveâ € services of telemedicine may be less expensive than in-person clinic visits.

The modern technology develops and becomes more advanced forms of telemedicine as possible. It becomes easier to perform operations and medical procedures in remote areas of the country. Currently, the most commonly used by doctors and physicians to conduct medical examinations and evaluation of patient health.
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