Telemedical Methods in Otorhinolaryngology.

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Summary of "Telemedical Methods in Otorhinolaryngology."

Telemedicine is a generic term summarizing all communication techniques assisting to provide medical services over distance. This rapidly developing medical area provides especially for the field of otorhinolaryngology with its high dependency on endoscopy and microcopy vaulable options. For clinical examination of ear, nose, throat and larynx, but also for postoperative care and surveillance of head and neck tumor patients data exist using the telemedical approach. Furthermore, audiological telemedical measurements even after Cochlear implantation are deemed feasible. While first data indicate interesting approaches, they also demonstrate problems, if a telemedical approach is used without proper preparation. Especially the observers at the remote location of the patients and their training are highly important in this regard. This review summarizes the current state of science of this rapidly changing are of research and clinical care.


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Name: Laryngo- rhino- otologie
ISSN: 1438-8685
Pages: S129-S172


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