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A study by physicians at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, presented at the 2013 American Academy of Neurology conference in San Diego, has determined that tablet computers can be used to review EEG results remotely.
David W. Dodick, M.D., neurologist and concussion expert at Mayo Clinic in Arizona discusses the consequences of returning to play too soon and offers information on what medical research is exploring.
Bert Vargas, M.D., neurologist and assistant professor at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, discusses a case study published in the December 2012 issue of Telemedicine and e-Health which validates "teleconcussion" as a useful means to assess concussed patients.
Bart Demaerschalk, M.D., neurologist and director of the Telestroke Program at Mayo Clinic, provides updates on the telestroke regional program in Arizona as well the Mayo Clinic telestroke initiative.
Bart Demaerschalk, M.D., professor of Neurology, director of Mayo Clinic Telestroke Program, discusses how using two way audio-video telemedicine to deliver stroke care, also known as telestroke, is cost effective for rural hospitals.
Bart Demaerschalk, M.D., Professor of Neurology, and medical director of Mayo Clinic Telestroke and Dwight Channer, Telestroke Program manager, discuss the hub-and-spoke model of the stroke telemedicine program.
Dr. Jonathan Carter, MD, professor of Neurology, at Mayo Clinic in Arizona, discusses symptomatic therapy and multiple sclerosis.
Mayo Clinic neurologist, Richard J. Caselli, M.D., discusses findings from a longitudinal aging study to examine changes in cognitive skills with aging and the influence of increased risks for Alzheimer's disease.
Roger D. White, M.D., discusses his article of a case of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest with 96 minutes of continued pulselessness and relentless ventricular defibrillation.