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Live Streaming In Telemedicine

Live Streaming In Telemedicine

 
In the past decade, traditional way of word-of-mouth have been common ways to expand their reach. But with the streaming services developed during these years, people has a new option by using live streaming solutions to realize lots of activities for outreach and content distribution, such as telemedicine, online course, online church and more.
 
 
Advantages of telemedicine:
1. It makes health care safer, more equitable and more efficient.
2. The emergency medical services in remote areas can be well managed and distributed.
3. It breaks through the limits of geographical scope and share patient medical records, which helps the development of clinical research.
4, It provides better medical education for medical staff in remote areas.
 
The effective acquisition of images and video is very important for telemedicine. The effective support for equipment is the first issues that every hospital faces when carrying out telemedicine, for example: the experts need to watch the local consultation screen and communicate to local patients and doctors in real time in different places. Then you need a solution to realize.
 
First: Register the live address on the webcast platform, configure Kiloview video encoders to connect the camera at the local consultation office.
Then: Online transfer the captured consultation picture and diagnosis image to the target live broadcast address; In expert office, configuring a HD decoder to connect to the network and screen. Experts can achieve telemedicine guidance through voice conversations or two-way video calls.
Schematic diagram of the network transmission solution in telemedicine: camera—Kiloview live encoder—network live platform—HD decoder—local large screen display.