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 Information technology is being 
increasingly being used and is available 
and accessible at all the levels of 
communit...
 Store and forward 
› Transfering information from one location to 
another 
 Face to Face 
› Live programs usually vide...
1. E-MAIL 
2. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 
3. TELERADIOLOGY 
4. TELEPATHOLOGY 
5. VIDEOCONFERENCING 
6. PROGRAMME AND APPLICATIONS
 Communication which is fast, reliable, 
easy and economical i.e. Electronic Mail 
 Health personals can sent health 
in...
 In clinical practices availability of digital 
cameras has made recording, viewing, 
storing and forwarding the data and...
 The sending of images like x-ray, CT 
scans , MRI scans with in a building b/w 
two buildings or from one location to 
a...
 Images from pathology slides may be 
sent from one location to another for 
diagnostic consultation commonly 
dermatolog...
 This technology uses 2 way interactive 
television from health professionals of 
distant places. The patient or nurse 
p...
 Many projects on run regarding the 
application of outstanding technology 
 Military and some universities are 
involve...
 Specialty care more to rural and urban 
population 
 Travel cost and all will be reduced for 
the specialty consultatio...
 Physicians licenses in other countries 
 Lack of appropriate telecommunication 
in rural areas 
 It requires more soph...
 Nightingale nursing times, vol 3, issue- 6, 
sept 2007
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
Information technology in medical field
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Information technology in medical field

  1. 1.  Information technology is being increasingly being used and is available and accessible at all the levels of community.  Recent times many nursing online education programs are offered.
  2. 2.  Store and forward › Transfering information from one location to another  Face to Face › Live programs usually video conferencing
  3. 3. 1. E-MAIL 2. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 3. TELERADIOLOGY 4. TELEPATHOLOGY 5. VIDEOCONFERENCING 6. PROGRAMME AND APPLICATIONS
  4. 4.  Communication which is fast, reliable, easy and economical i.e. Electronic Mail  Health personals can sent health information to the client world wide  User can send photographs, music files etc to any person on the network
  5. 5.  In clinical practices availability of digital cameras has made recording, viewing, storing and forwarding the data and images much easier.  All the departments had achieved an innovative trend of application of digital photography
  6. 6.  The sending of images like x-ray, CT scans , MRI scans with in a building b/w two buildings or from one location to another to anywhere in the world is known as Teleradiology
  7. 7.  Images from pathology slides may be sent from one location to another for diagnostic consultation commonly dermatologic consultation with the help of digital photography.
  8. 8.  This technology uses 2 way interactive television from health professionals of distant places. The patient or nurse practioner at the originating site whereas the specialist at the referral site. › INTERACTIVE CONSULTATION › INTERACTIVE EXAMINATION
  9. 9.  Many projects on run regarding the application of outstanding technology  Military and some universities are involved in developing robotics in surgery.  This will be much helpful in battle field.
  10. 10.  Specialty care more to rural and urban population  Travel cost and all will be reduced for the specialty consultation  Videoconferencing offers possibilities to continuing education, training to isolated rural practitioners  Reduced cost of medical care expenses.
  11. 11.  Physicians licenses in other countries  Lack of appropriate telecommunication in rural areas  It requires more sophisticated environment
  12. 12.  Nightingale nursing times, vol 3, issue- 6, sept 2007

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