telediagnosis


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telediagnosis

 [tel″ĕ-di″ag-no´sis]
determination of the nature of a disease at a site remote from the patient on the basis of telehealth methods of transmitted data.

tel·e·di·ag·no·sis

(tel'ĕ-dī'ag-nō'sis),
Detection of a disease by evaluation of data transmitted to a receiving station, a process normally involving patient-monitoring instruments and a transfer link to a diagnostic center at some distance from the patient.

telediagnosis

/tele·di·ag·no·sis/ (tel″ĕ-di″ag-no´sis) determination of the nature of a disease at a site remote from the patient on the basis of transmitted telemonitoring data or closed-circuit television consultation.

telediagnosis

[tel′ədī′əgnō′sis]
Etymology: Gk, tele, far off, dia, through, gnosis, knowledge
a process whereby a disease diagnosis, or prognosis, is made by the electronic transmission of data between distant medical facilities.
Medspeak Any method of transferring diagnostic data, including consultations and diagnostic images—telecytology, telepathology, teleradiology
Quackery Distant biological detection Any diagnosis allegedly made at a distance from a patient, in absence of objective data or images—e.g., through clairvoyancy, or through the use of a pendulum or other device based on principles of uncertain scientific validity

telediagnosis

Mainstream medicine Any method of transferring diagnostic data, including consultations and diagnostic images–telecytology, telepathology, and teleradiology. See Teleconsultation, Telemedicine.

tel·e·di·ag·no·sis

(tel'ĕ-dī'ăg-nō'sis)
Detection of a disease by evaluation of data transmitted to a receiving station, a process normally involving patient monitoring instruments and a transfer link to a diagnostic center at some distance from the patient.

tel·e·di·ag·no·sis

(tel'ĕ-dī'ăg-nō'sis)
Detection of disease by evaluation of data transmitted to a receiving station, a process normally involving patient-monitoring instruments and a transfer link to a diagnostic center at some distance from the patient.

telediagnosis

determination of the nature of a disease at a site remote from the patient on the basis of transmitted telemonitoring data or closed-circuit television consultation.
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However, at present, those systems are either very expensive or too vulnerable for critical applications due to the inherent problems including network quality, security of transmitted medical information, and achievements of high-definition images for telediagnosis.
Diagnosing health irregularities via telecommunications or telemedicine, also known as telediagnosis, may present an ethical challenge.
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This represents a new era in the delivery of cardiology medicine in which telediagnosis will dramatically improve access to image quality and patient care, and improve physicians' ability to respond quickly in critical care and surgical situations," explains John Child, M.
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The immediate benefit of telediagnosis is to provide patients in remote and under-served locations access to high quality care," said Dr.
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However, physicians believe that telediagnosis will not only improve access to cardiac care, but also improve the quality of care provided.