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Teleradiology: Reading CAT Scans Taken In Connecticut from Bangalore

Wide-awake radiologists based in India can provide better service than their sleep-deprived colleagues based in Connecticut, according to Indian physician, Dr Arjun Kalyanpur.

Modern telecommunications have made possible the "global hospital," he states. Diagnoses can be made on the other side of the world.

He adds that nighttime emergencies in the United States can be better handled by wide-awake Indian doctors, where it would then be daytime, than by their sleep-disturbed American counterparts.


Posted by: Duncan Kinder on Jun 26, 05 | 3:00 pm | Profile

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