It’s the right for everyone to access better health care services. However, living in remote areas, pandemic restrictions, and low income may make accessing some health care services difficult. Accessing large urban medical centers with experts and advanced equipment may sometimes be challenging. Nevertheless, local health care centers help deal with acute and emergency health issues. As discussed below, Virtual Stroke Care is a helping tool in improving stroke prevention, recovery, and after stroke rehabilitation regardless of patients’ location.
Virtual Stroke Care help reduce stroke-related disability and death.
Since stroke patients can lose over 1.9 brain cells per minute, timely treatment is crucial. To save the patient, through Telestroke, Doctors in distant sites work with doctors at the originating site or at the ambulances to recommend diagnosis and treatment. Clot-dissolving therapies delivered through Telestroke can help reduce stroke-related disability or death.
Help experts Serve patients in different locations.
After hospitalization, patients can continue receiving services from the stroke experts through Telestroke. Doctors at distant sites work with other doctors or staff in a remote locations to provide care to patients at their homes and remote hospitals. In addition, doctors at their homes can communicate with their patients with digital cameras, internet telecommunications, smartphones, or tablets.
Telestroke Ensure continuous health care services even during pandemics.
Patients experiencing some stroke symptoms are required to visit a doctor urgently. Additionally, patients who develop physical and cognitive problems need to see their doctors for rehabilitation. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has temporarily distracted this. Virtual Stroke Care has enabled continuous stroke care services without breaking the COVID-19 rules.
Telestroke Makes it easy for home-based rehabilitation therapy.
Many stroke patients may develop physical and cognitive problems and need stroke rehabilitation. However, physical and mental difficulties created during stroke, patients living in remote areas, Covid-19 restrictions, and travel costs may hinder physical meetings with specialists. Video Conferencing has provided an opportunity for patients to connect with their specialists easily.
Like other fields, video-conferencing enhances healthcare and allows better outcomes for patients regardless of their locations. It enables the Stroke experts to save the patient from stroke-related disability or death from their homes, remote hospitals, and the primary stroke Center efficiently and quickly.