Here's how you can go to the doctor without leaving your home
TeleSense Canada is providing Canadians with healthcare services they can receive right from the comfort of their homes.
The telemedicine platform was designed with the capability to make an accurate diagnosis complete with vital signs.
Through the use of an intuitive, easy-to-use, high-resolution touch screen, patients will be able to stay connected to their clinician 24/7, eliminating unnecessary travel, and reducing intervention time.
Once healthcare providers set up their clinic, patients can communicate with them through user-friendly video technology that connects using the Internet.
Additionally, either patient or physician can initiate an on-demand care session through the intuitive interface, making the experience effortless.
Further, the platform includes five medical devices: a blood pressure unit, thermometer, pulse oximeter (SPO2), glucometer and scale which allows physicians to analyze real-time comprehensive monitoring data during the virtual exam.
Moreover, healthcare providers can integrate their electronic health records with TeleSense, further improving their ability to give patients a comprehensive medical examination without requiring them to leave their homes.
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