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Canada 2018
HOW ROBOTS ARE HELPING DOCTORS SAVE LIVES IN THE CANADIAN NORTH

« HOW ROBOTS ARE HELPING DOCTORS SAVE LIVES IN THE CANADIAN NORTH Remote communities often lack access to diagnostic ultrasonography services. This gap disproportionally affects Indigenous pregnant women in the Canadian North and results in increases in maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality. We are pioneering the use of an innovative tele-robotic ultrasound system that allows an expert sonographer to perform a diagnostic ultrasound study, in real time, in a distant location. Research shows that robotic ultrasonography is comparable to standard sonography and is accepted by most patients. » cf. article Pr. Ivar MENDEZ https://news.usask.ca/articles/research/2018/how-robots-are-helping-doctors-save-lives-in-the-canadian-north.php [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=zH7IFHjHIg4[/embed]...

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FRENCH RADIOLOGY DAYS 2017 – BOOTH 227 B

AdEchoTech will exhibit at the JFR congress (journées francophones de radiologie) with the theme this year ‘the patient and his radiology’. You are welcome to visit our booth located at 227B so we can give you a live demonstration of the telerobotic ultrasound system MELODY. The congress will take place from 13 until 16 October in Paris, at the Palais des Congrès Porte Maillot. We hope to meet you soon. Access to the Website of the congress...

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USA – FDA APPROVAL FOR MELODY

The telerobotic ultrasound system MELODY is now cleared for marketing by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) in USA. With nearly 10 million square kilometers for 320 million inhabitants, the US territory is a natural market for the development of tele-sonography. T-MedRobotics is the US importer of the MELODY solution. Contact: Claude BOBIN claude.bobin@t-medrobotics.com http://www.t-medrobotics.com...

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CANADA – MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO TRANSPORT PATIENTS

The lack of access to a pre-maternal ultrasound test is concerning. “We will be able to offer them access to ultrasounds in a culturally safe manner, in their own communities, with their own families,with the expertise that’s available to the rest of us,” “We spend millions of dollars transporting patients from their home communities to the centralized system, so to be able not only to provide the ultrasound in their own communities; we’ll avoid the travel expenses, and importantly it will determine potential complications early enough so it will be less expensive to treat.”...