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Category: Case studies

A Case Study of Leptospirosis: A Multidisciplinary Approach in the Intensive Care Unit

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Introduction: Leptospirosis is a zoonotic bacterial infection caused by Leptospira interrogans, typically transmitted through contact with contaminated water or soil. It presents a wide range of symptoms, from mild febrile illness to severe forms with multiorgan involvement. This case study highlights the comprehensive management of a 25-year-old male patient presenting with acute febrile sepsis, thrombocytopenia,…

Case Study

By enexticu

Introduction: In resource-limited settings, access to specialized critical care expertise and equipment can be challenging. Tele-ICU, a remote monitoring system that utilizes telecommunication technology, offers a viable solution to bridge this gap by providing virtual critical care support to patients in distant locations. This case study presents a scenario where Tele-ICU played a pivotal role…

Telemedicine and Toxicology: Back to the Future?

By enexticu

In the world of medicine, telemedicine is still a relatively young technique. Its original goal was to reduce healthcare inequities brought on by geography, socioeconomic position, and/or geographic isolation. Telemedicine will aid patients who are very drunk in medical, economic, and technical ways.

Promises and Reality of E-ICU in India

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Most ICUs in India are understaffed with trained intensivists. Furthermore, many ICUs lack an effective ICU care delivery model that is ubiquitously effective and constantly managed by experts. Telemedicine departments, on the other hand, are rapidly expanding. This enables telemedicine to be used to improve ICU patient care in a variety of ways, which we…