Corpus ID: 9995209

Interactive telemedicine as a tool to avoid a digital divide in the world.

  title={Interactive telemedicine as a tool to avoid a digital divide in the world.},
  author={G. Graschew and T. A. Roelofs and S. Rakowsky and P. Schlag},
  journal={Studies in health technology and informatics},
  • G. Graschew, T. A. Roelofs, +1 author P. Schlag
  • Published 2004
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Studies in health technology and informatics
  • An efficient way of closing the gap in medical care between the EU and its Mediterranean partners is the use of satellite-based networks for telemedical applications. Using standard hardware components and specially designed communication software (WinVicos) various telemedical applications (teleconsultation, telementoring, teleteaching, etc.) have been realized. Two telemedical networks which have been designed and developed recently, MEDASHIP (Medical Assistance for Ships) and EMISPHER (Euro… CONTINUE READING
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