Urology

The Current State of Telemedicine in Urology.

Publication Date: 
Jan 01, 0000

Telemedicine use in urology is an evolving practice. In this article, the authors review the early experience of telemedicine specifically as it relates to urologic practice and discuss the future implications and the utility of telemedicine as it applies to other fields.

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The burden of attending a pediatric surgical clinic and family preferences toward telemedicine.

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Oct 19, 2015

BACKGROUND/PURPOSE: Indirect expenses for accessing health care may place significant fiscal strain on Canadian families. Telemedicine alternatives, using email, telephone, and video conferencing, can mitigate such financial burdens by reducing travel and related costs.

Implementation of a PDA based program to quantify urology resident in-training experience.

Publication Date: 
Aug 01, 2003

INTRODUCTION: There currently is no simple and reliable mechanism for Residency program directors to assess how well their trainees are being exposed to all spheres of their specialty.

The camera phone: a novel aid in urologic practice.

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Apr 18, 2006

OBJECTIVES: To describe a novel use of the camera phone for efficient, reliable, and cost-effective collection and transmission of medical data in the urologic setting.

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