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Projects of bibliographicalsynthesis • Renata ANADAO PINAFFI • Paulo Henrique MARTINS • Lucas Daniel NOGUEIRA MOTTA • André COIMBRA Subject: Médicine, telediagnosis. Sujet médecine, tele diagnostic.
Telehealth and Telemedicine • The term 'telemedicine' more appropriately describes the direct provision of clinical care via telecommunications diagnosing, treating or following up with a patient at a distance. • The term ‘Telehealth' is used to describe all the possible variations of healthcare services using telecommunications. Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
The development of the telecommunications and computer technologies used to provide home tele-health services; • The introduction of sophisticated electronic devices for measuring patient physiological parameters in-home; • The development over the past decade of electronic devices for administering drug and other therapies in-home; • The increasing level of familiarity, comfort, and enthusiasm among providers all of these technological innovations. Technological Development: Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
Specialties of medicine that use this kind of consultation: • Psychiatry; • Internal medicine; • Rehabilitation; • Cardiology; • Pediatrics; • Obstetrics; • Gynecology; and • Neurology. Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
Electronic devices and sensors • There are also many peripheral devices and sensors which can be attached to computers which can aid in an interactive examination. Examples: • An otoscope allows a physician to “see” inside a patient's ear; • A stethoscope allows the consulting physician to “hear” the patient's heartbeat. • A tele-eegdevice monitors the electricalactivity of a patients brain and thentransmitsthat data to a specialist. Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
Telecommunications and technologies 1. Stored-and-forwarded Digital images, video, audio and clinical data are captured and "stored" on the client computer; then at a convenient time transmitted securely ("forwarded") to a clinic at another location where they are studied by relevant specialists. The opinion of the specialist is then transmitted back, like un result . Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
Telecommunications and technologies • 2. Real-time • A telecommunicationslinkallowsinstantaneous interaction. Video-conferencingequipmentis one of the mostcommonforms of synchronoustelemedicine. Peripheraldevicescanalsobeattached to computers or the video-conferencingequipmentwhichcanaid in an interactive examination. Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
Telecommunications and technologies • 3. Remote monitoring. • Sensors are used to capture and transmit biometricdata. Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
Conclusion With the telemédicinewe can start to consider normal the fact to be in contact with a health professional, to talk in the telephone, to change email…As we make nowadays with familiar friends and. We each could have a 'Personal Diagnosis System' as part of our home entertainment centers. This system would monitor our daily health status and automatically notify a health professional if we become ill. Sujet médecine, telediagnostic . RENATA ANADAO PINAFFI
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