Apollo’s telemedicine service reaches small towns of India

The newly launched low-cost telemedicine project of Satguru Pratap Singh Apollo Hospital, Ludhiana, have found its way in small towns, namely Fazilka and Dorah of India. The low-cost technology allows medical experts of  Satguru Pratap Singh Apollo Hospital to view live diagnosis like ECG, TMT and X-rays with minimal investment on behalf of other medical institutes seeking their service. Doctors of the said hospital can monitor live ECG and the change in modulations by using this software. Usually the installation of telemedicine facility requires INR 50 to INR 60 million. The technique of this unique e-telemedicine project just requires an Internet broadband connection and a digital ECG machine. The  Satguru Pratap Singh Apollo Hospital, Ludhiana.  has partnered with Sachdeva Hospital and Jassi Hospital in Fazilka to provide telemedicine services. The electronic data processing (EDP) department of the hospital is trying to tie up with those institutes that have digital ECG and TMT machines.


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