The Covid-19 pandemic has completely modified the Healthcare organization. This review aims to analyze the evolution of the different Telemedicine areas during pandemic. Electronic Health Records allows accelerating the study of patients suffering from Covid-19 disease, supporting their clinical assistance. The decreasing rehabilitation programs have determined a deterioration of the patient quality of life. Teleradiology was necessary to discard the increased requests and dab the shortage of staff, and to guarantee the interaction between specialist and patient. Telecardiology was fundamental determining a reduced of secondary mortality for cardiological complications of the infection. Teledermatology has permitted an early identification of the patients affected through diagnoses of cutaneous signs, reducing clinical visits. Telelegal-medicine changed through a law, that was introduced allowing a remarkable use of videoconferencing in the different stages of judicial and extrajudicial process. The digital consultations and home drug delivery were implemented in telepharmacy area. Artificial Intelligence allows an early diagnosis of the infection, monitoring the treatment through an intelligent platform. Robotic assisted telemedicine minimizes the risk of exposure allowing the disinfection of the places, drugs and meals delivery, the measurement of vital signs. Mobile Health facilitated the collection and the automatic transfer of the patient's parameters. Telemedicine would constitute still today as complementary but not substitutive to the traditional medicine. During the pandemic telemedicine has resulted important to guarantee continuity cures. Radiology and Dermatology showed a major telemedicine application.

G Perrone, C.B. (2022). Telehealth modulation and new proposals during the Covid-19 pandemic: a literature review [10.7417/CT.2022.2467].

Telehealth modulation and new proposals during the Covid-19 pandemic: a literature review

G Perrone;C Bilotta;V Tullio;R Pirrone;A Argo;S Zerbo
2022-09-12

Abstract

The Covid-19 pandemic has completely modified the Healthcare organization. This review aims to analyze the evolution of the different Telemedicine areas during pandemic. Electronic Health Records allows accelerating the study of patients suffering from Covid-19 disease, supporting their clinical assistance. The decreasing rehabilitation programs have determined a deterioration of the patient quality of life. Teleradiology was necessary to discard the increased requests and dab the shortage of staff, and to guarantee the interaction between specialist and patient. Telecardiology was fundamental determining a reduced of secondary mortality for cardiological complications of the infection. Teledermatology has permitted an early identification of the patients affected through diagnoses of cutaneous signs, reducing clinical visits. Telelegal-medicine changed through a law, that was introduced allowing a remarkable use of videoconferencing in the different stages of judicial and extrajudicial process. The digital consultations and home drug delivery were implemented in telepharmacy area. Artificial Intelligence allows an early diagnosis of the infection, monitoring the treatment through an intelligent platform. Robotic assisted telemedicine minimizes the risk of exposure allowing the disinfection of the places, drugs and meals delivery, the measurement of vital signs. Mobile Health facilitated the collection and the automatic transfer of the patient's parameters. Telemedicine would constitute still today as complementary but not substitutive to the traditional medicine. During the pandemic telemedicine has resulted important to guarantee continuity cures. Radiology and Dermatology showed a major telemedicine application.
12-set-2022
Settore MED/43 - Medicina Legale
G Perrone, C.B. (2022). Telehealth modulation and new proposals during the Covid-19 pandemic: a literature review [10.7417/CT.2022.2467].
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