telemedicine

Telemedicine - What does it mean?

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Telemedicine vs Biotelemetry - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between telemedicine and biotelemetry

is that telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations while biotelemetry is (biology|electronics) the use of telemetry to monitor, measure and record physiological data of an organism.

Taxonomy vs Telemedicine - What's the difference?

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As nouns the difference between taxonomy and telemedicine

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations.

Telemedicine vs Cyberpatient - What's the difference?

telemedicine | cyberpatient | see also |

Telemedicine is a see also of cyberpatient.


As nouns the difference between telemedicine and cyberpatient

is that telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations while cyberpatient is a patient who receives medical diagnosis by means of a computer network.

Telemedicine vs Telemedicinal - What's the difference?

telemedicine | telemedicinal |


As a noun telemedicine

is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations.

As an adjective telemedicinal is

of or pertaining to telemedicine.

Telemedicine vs Telemonitor - What's the difference?

telemedicine | telemonitor |


As nouns the difference between telemedicine and telemonitor

is that telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations while telemonitor is a system that monitors something remotely, especially (in telemedicine) one that monitors the condition of a patient in another location.

As a verb telemonitor is

to monitor remotely.

Telemedicine vs Telemedical - What's the difference?

telemedicine | telemedical |


As a noun telemedicine

is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations.

As an adjective telemedical is

pertaining to telemedicine.

Telemedicine vs Teledermatology - What's the difference?

telemedicine | teledermatology | Hypernyms |

Telemedicine is a hypernym of teledermatology.


As nouns the difference between telemedicine and teledermatology

is that telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations while teledermatology is (medicine) the use of telecommunication technology to exchange medical data concerning skin conditions and tumours.

Telemedicine vs Teledentistry - What's the difference?

telemedicine | teledentistry |


As nouns the difference between telemedicine and teledentistry

is that telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations while teledentistry is the use of information technology and telecommunications for dental primary care, consultation, education, and public awareness in the same manner as telehealth and telemedicine.

Telehealth vs Telemedicine - What's the difference?

telehealth | telemedicine | see also |

Telehealth is a see also of telemedicine.


As nouns the difference between telehealth and telemedicine

is that telehealth is healthcare facilitated by telecommunication technology while telemedicine is the transfer of medical information via telecommunication technologies for the purpose of consulting or for remote medical procedures or examinations.

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