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Robotic Telemedicine In The Neurology Department

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    Late in 2007 the University of Louisville began utilizing an RP7 robot system to provide neurology support to surrounding county hospitals without on site neurologists.  Dr. Kerri Remmel, interim chair of the Department of Neurology and director of the University of Louisville Stroke Program joins us host Dr. Larry Kaskel to discuss the successes of this program since its onset.  Dr. Remmel provide an inside look at how physicians, staff and patients have implemented and adapted to telemedicine as a tool to evaluate and treat neurology patients.    

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    Late in 2007 the University of Louisville began utilizing an RP7 robot system to provide neurology support to surrounding county hospitals without on site neurologists.  Dr. Kerri Remmel, interim chair of the Department of Neurology and director of the University of Louisville Stroke Program joins us host Dr. Larry Kaskel to discuss the successes of this program since its onset.  Dr. Remmel provide an inside look at how physicians, staff and patients have implemented and adapted to telemedicine as a tool to evaluate and treat neurology patients.    

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