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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25340048/the-raft-telemedicine-network-lessons-learnt-and-perspectives-from-a-decade-of-educational-and-clinical-services-in-low-and-middle-incomes-countries
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Georges Bediang, Caroline Perrin, Rafael Ruiz de Castañeda, Yannick Kamga, Alexandre Sawadogo, Cheick Oumar Bagayoko, Antoine Geissbuhler
BACKGROUND: The objectives of this paper are to (i) provide an overview of the educational and clinical experiences of the Réseau en Afrique Francophone pour la Télémédecine (RAFT) network, (ii) analyze key challenges and lessons learnt throughout a decade of activity, and (iii) draw a vision and perspectives of its sustainability. METHODS: The study was carried out following three main stages: (i) a literature review, (ii) the analysis of key documents, and (iii) discussions with key collaborators of the RAFT...
2014: Frontiers in Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25211562/-telemedicine-in-bolivia-raft-altiplano-project-experiences-future-prospects-and-recommendations
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Alejandro Vargas, Miguel Ugalde, Reynaldo Vargas, Ramiro Narvaez, Antoine Geissbuhler
OBJECTIVE: The objective of the RAFT-Altiplano project (RAFT: Réseau en Afrique Francophone pour la Télémédecine, or African Francophone Telemedicine Network) is to evaluate the viability, potential, and risks of implementing and developing a telemedicine network in the context of a developing country-specifically, the Altiplano region of Bolivia-to improve access to medical care and continuing education in a rural area. The activities described in this report took place between 2011 and 2013...
May 2014: Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública, Pan American Journal of Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/23040542/teleconsultation-in-paediatric-orthopaedics-in-djibouti-evaluation-of-response-performance
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A Bertani, F Launay, P Candoni, L Mathieu, F Rongieras, F Chauvin
BACKGROUND: Djibouti has no paediatric orthopaedics department and three options are available for difficult cases: transfer of the patient to another country; overseas mission transfer to Djibouti by a specialised surgical team; and management by a local orthopaedic surgeon receiving guidance from an expert. The extreme poverty of part of the population of Djibouti often precludes the first two options. Telemedecine can allow the local orthopaedic surgeon to receive expert advice. HYPOTHESES AND STUDY DESIGN: We prospectively recorded all the paediatric orthopaedics teleconsultations that occurred between November 2009 and November 2011...
November 2012: Orthopaedics & Traumatology, Surgery & Research: OTSR
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/22519141/-remote-medical-consultations-in-gerontology
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Alexandre Mathieu-Fritz, Laurence Esterle, Pierre Espinoza
Experimental teleconsultations have been set up between a university hospital and a public geriatric hospital in Paris in order to facilitate elderly patients' access to specialist consultations. Caregivers have had to accept major changes to their professional practices (delegation of tasks, sharing of knowledge, etc.). This new telemedecine scheme represents huge progress in patient care.
January 2012: Soins. Gérontologie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21938322/can-icts-contribute-to-the-efficiency-and-provide-equitable-access-to-the-health-care-system-in-sub-saharan-africa-the-mali-experience
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C O Bagayoko, A Anne, M Fieschi, A Geissbuhler
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study is to demonstrate from actual projects that ICT can contribute to the balance of health systems in developing countries and to equitable access to human resources and quality health care service. Our study is focused on two essential elements which are: i) Capacity building and support of health professionals, especially those in isolated areas using telemedicine tools; ii) Strengthening of hospital information systems by taking advantage of full potential offered by open-source software...
2011: Yearbook of Medical Informatics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/21818892/-the-future-of-pediatric-intensive-care
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D Biarent, F Otte, C Fonteyne, T Khalil
Paediatric intensive care is born 40 years ago. It has been shown that admission of critically ill children in intensive care (ICU) where no paediatric intensivists worked increased significantly the mortality and the length of stay. The recognition of Paediatric Intensive Care (PICU) does not exist in Belgium and children are admitted in both adult and paediatric intensive care units. It is mandatory to recognise the PICU specificity and the usefulness of a fellowship in paediatric intensive care. Development of molecular biology and genetics will permit in the near future to understand reversible and irreversible cellular processes of the majority of problems responsible for mortality in critical care and to allow the development of new diagnostic and therapeutic techniques...
2006: Revue Médicale de Bruxelles
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/19602356/-medical-applications-of-systems-biology
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Jacques Demongeot
We illustrate in this review some applications of systems biology in the medical and biological areas. After a brief summary of time scales experienced by medical -observations and of the general scheme of dynamic systems, we describe how some techniques underlying the complex systems theory can be applied to model medical issues in immunology, medical genetics, developmental morphogenesis, biochemistry, epidemiology, telemedecine and multiple platforms of expertise. In concluding, we will discuss the issue of "clinomics" coupling clinical and -omics data in a unique patient-specific file...
June 2009: Médecine Sciences: M/S
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17331799/the-raft-network-5-years-of-distance-continuing-medical-education-and-tele-consultations-over-the-internet-in-french-speaking-africa
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Antoine Geissbuhler, Cheick Oumar Bagayoko, Ousmane Ly
Continuing education of healthcare professionals is a key element for the quality and efficiency of a health system. In developing countries, this activity is usually limited to capitals, and delocalized professionals do not have access to such opportunities, or to didactic material adapted to their needs. This limits the interest of such professionals to remain active in the periphery, where they are most needed to implement effective strategies for prevention and first-line healthcare. Telemedicine tools enable the communication and sharing of medical information in electronic form, and thus facilitate access to remote expertise...
May 2007: International Journal of Medical Informatics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/17049808/assessment-of-internet-based-tele-medicine-in-africa-the-raft-project
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Cheick Oumar Bagayoko, Henning Müller, Antoine Geissbuhler
The objectives of this paper on the Réseau Afrique Francophone de Télémédecine (RAFT) project are the evaluation of feasibility, potential, problems and risks of an Internet-based tele-medicine network in developing countries of Africa. The RAFT project was started in Western African countries 5 years ago and has now extended to other regions of Africa as well (i.e. Madagascar, Rwanda). A project for the development of a national tele-medicine network in Mali was initiated in 2001, extended to Mauritania in 2002 and to Morocco in 2003...
September 2006: Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics: the Official Journal of the Computerized Medical Imaging Society
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/14996103/dermatoses-associated-with-travel-to-burkina-faso-and-diagnosed-by-means-of-teledermatology
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E Caumes, V Le Bris, C Couzigou, A Menard, M Janier, A Flahault
BACKGROUND: The pattern of dermatoses occurring in travellers to tropical areas is poorly documented. OBJECTIVES: To diagnose skin diseases in travellers to Burkina Faso by means of teledermatology; to assess the educational value of teledermatology for the local general practitioner (GP). METHODS: Patients (Westerners and Burkinabese nationals) were included in the study if they presented with a cutaneous disease to the GP based in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso...
February 2004: British Journal of Dermatology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/12746624/-today-data-management-in-self-monitoring-of-blood-glucose-for-diabetic-patients
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C Fermon
Improving diabetes treatment needs intensive glucose monitoring which is restricting for patients and time-consuming for physicians. Up-to-date tools of data management were developed, following progress in computing technology and home computing. Glucometers with memory and softwares are able to improve data management of self blood glucose monitoring, personalized interactivity with physician. They are very important to develop telemedecine systems in diabetes care. These systems are designed to complement the daily care and intensive management of diabetics through telemonitoring and telecare services...
April 2003: Diabetes & Metabolism
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/11183301/distance-diagnosis-in-pediatric-cardiology-a-model-for-telemedecine-implementation
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A Cloutier
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
June 2000: Telemedicine Today
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10795001/-internet-use-for-telemedecine-fetal-medicine-applications
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J L Deshayes, H J Philippe
PURPOSE: Assessment of the transmission of still and moving images via the Internet for teleconsultations in fetal medicine. MATERIAL: and methods: Implementation fo two PC systems linked via the internet for the transmission of fixed ultrasound, radiography and scanner images, as well as moving ultrasound images. The assessment took into account was based upon the compression factor. RESULTS: The commutative telephone network transmitted ultrasound and radiographic images by e-mail without difficulty, rapidly (3min 46s for 4Mo files, after compression), inexpensively, and well...
April 2000: Journal de Radiologie
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/10173489/transaction-costs-economics-as-a-conceptual-framework-for-the-analysis-of-barriers-to-the-diffusion-of-telemedicine
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N Pelletier-Fleury, V Fargeon, J L Lanoé, M Fardeau
Telemedecine has been talked about for more than 20 years, without it entering daily use with any success. Based on transaction costs economics, the present analysis of the exchange relationships between health care producers highlights certain characteristics of the current technical and legislative context, which leads to transaction costs. It also demonstrates that the introduction of telemedicine shifts the costs associated with agents' opportunism from patients to health-care producers themselves. All these costs may be considered nowadays to thwart the use of telemedicine...
October 1997: Health Policy
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