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Month: July 2021

Telemedicine in Intensive Care: Its Role in Infection Control in Spoke ICU Units

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Telemedicine in Intensive Care: Its Role in Infection Control in Spoke ICU Units Since the beginning of the previous decade, the prevalence of infectious diseases has become pretty high. For instance, almost 61,000 people were diagnosed with the salmonella virus in the USA alone (2019). Conversely, around 15.5 million people visited their doctor or a…

How Tele-ICU Services by eNext ICU Helps to Provide Healthcare Services in the Islands of South Pacific Oceans?

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How Tele-ICU Services by eNext ICU Helps to Provide Healthcare Services in the Islands of South Pacific Oceans? Healthcare systems, especially in developing countries, have always suffered from a severe deficit of resources. Usually, in these regions, most patients find it almost impossible to follow through with regular check-up procedures due to the scarcity of…

Role of Telemedicine and TeleICU in preventing spread of CoVID 19 during pandemic times

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Proper practice of hygiene is known to be almost non-existent in the world, especially in rural areas. Due to this reason, the prevalence of infection and related health conditions are pretty common in the susceptible regions. According to a report published by CDC, almost 1.7 million people suffer from variousinfectious diseases every year. Amongst them,…

Tele ICU services by eNext ICU in Homecare

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Tele ICU services by eNext ICU in Homecare The term “homecare” usually refers to a type of specialized assistive treatment, which is conducted for patients who don’t require facility care. However, in some cases, it can also prove to be an ideal solution for those who cannot be relocated to a hospital. Unlike how it…

Can Tele-ICU Decrease Unexpected Cardiac Deaths?

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Can Tele-ICU Decrease Unexpected Cardiac Deaths? Unexpected cardiac deathsare known to be a common but avoidable cause of mortalityall overthe world. According to a specialist, almost 10% of deaths in the country usually occur due to this condition. Besides, in 2016, nearly 2.8 million people in India died from cardiovascular diseases as well. But why…