Bruce Lee, a physician at Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center in Chanute, says the city’s high-speed Internet access allowed the hospital to begin using advanced telemedicine to provide faster and better emergency treatment for stroke patients. The mobile robot known as Dr. SAM (Stroke Assessment Monitor) allows neurology specialists in Wichita to remotely examine and interact with patients and advise the local doctors on treatment.
Bruce Lee, a physician at Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center in Chanute, says the city’s high-speed Internet access allowed the hospital to begin using advanced telemedicine to provide faster and better emergency treatment for stroke patients. The mobile robot known as Dr. SAM (Stroke Assessment Monitor) allows neurology specialists in Wichita to remotely examine and interact with patients and advise the local doctors on treatment. The Wichita Eagle
Bruce Lee, a physician at Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center in Chanute, says the city’s high-speed Internet access allowed the hospital to begin using advanced telemedicine to provide faster and better emergency treatment for stroke patients. The mobile robot known as Dr. SAM (Stroke Assessment Monitor) allows neurology specialists in Wichita to remotely examine and interact with patients and advise the local doctors on treatment. The Wichita Eagle

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