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Image Gallery: Wireless Telehealth Brings Medical Help To Those In Need

High-tech developments such as an 802.11-equipped stretcher and mobile vans for digital mammogram screening means living far from a doctor doesn't have to result in poor care.
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Using telemedicine gear, which includes videoconferencing capabilities, remote University of Pittsburgh Medical Center stroke specialists can observe, talk to, and examine suspected stroke patients in other hospitals' ERs quickly, as well as view the patients' CAT scans and electronically pull up other test data.

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