Thursday, September 29, 2005

Teletrauma

From the McCook (NE) Daily Gazette:

A new service, called "teletrauma," is now available at Tri Valley Health System in Cambridge to allow instant consultation on trauma cases.

In a front page article, the Indianola News reports that the new video conferencing equipment has been installed and is ready for use whenever needed. A special camera has been set up in Tri-Valley's rural trauma room to send images to the emergency room at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney.

Through that connection, and a hands-free microphone worn by the attending physician, decisions can be made concerning treatment and transport.

This is another example of the dramatic changes taking place in health care. As a result, residents of rural areas are gaining more direct access to the latest technology in the medical field

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