Mobile videoconferencing from ambulance speeds up stroke care

From Medical News Today:

A study of a mobile videoconferencing system – where paramedics accompanying patients in ambulances confer with doctors through computer tablets – shows it can produce stroke assessments on a par with those done at the hospital bedside. Such a system could help stroke patients receive treatments more promptly and thus reduce the risk of disability and death.

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