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Title: Remote Doctor: Tele Medicine Unit
Authors: Lakshani, D. G. K
De Silva, W. K. S
Bandara, U. R. R. I. S
Samarasinghe, R. W. H. V
Kahandawaarachchi, K. A. D. C. P
Pulasinghe, K
Keywords: Tele Medicine
Remote Medicine
Video Conferencing
Data Compresion
Wound Annotation
Voice to Text Conferencing
Electronic Prescription
Issue Date: Feb-2017
Abstract: Remote Doctor is a solution for transfiguration of telecommunication for healthcare industry to address the prominent aspects identified among the rural hospitals in Sri Lanka such as inadequate specialist consulting, poor medical record storage, poor capacity planning, time consuming prescription writing and report viewing. The proposed telemedicine system inscribes with video conferencing and report sharing among the physician and the patient, automated prescription, taking snapshots and video clips of necessary details such as wounds, ulcers and incision, annotate them and storing them by compressing without damaging the quality of the images and videos. The system has been developed using PHP, JavaScript, Html5, quickBlox API, Web Speech API, WebRTC technology and Sphinx toolkit. The Remote Doctor will be utilizeed in government hospitals to communicate with rural communities.
URI: http://localhost:80/handle/123456789/810
ISSN: 2278-0181
Appears in Collections:Research Papers - Open Access Research
Research Papers - SLIIT Staff Publications
Research Publications -Dept of Information Technology

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