Remote cardiac consultation using hybrid broad band technology

Cheung, S. T.; Smith, K.; Davies, R. F.; Marsh, R.; Sherrard, H.; Keon, W. J.
March 1999
Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Mar1999 Supplement 1, Vol. 5, p122
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a broadband telemedicine system for remote cardiology consultation established at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute in Ontario. The telemedicine system was created to develop a business case for telemedicine as a strategy for enhancing patient access to specialized health services. Vital system requirements for clinicians are mentioned.


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