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"I think it's going to be part of the future." Dr I. Mendez

‚Ė∂ Watch this new video made by @PattisonKids on the deployment of the MELODY Telerobotic Ultrasound System in Saskatchewan and its benefits for population.
#ultrasound #telemedicine
https://t.co/zP1pqi6oqO

ūü§ĒIt is not always easy to explain how the MELODY telerobotic ultrasound solution allows imaging experts to control an ultrasound probe from distance.

Hope these few images will help you understand the solution ūü§©

#ultrasound #Telemedicine #innovation

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