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Implications for General Pediatric Care from Pediatric Telehealth Approaches

Author(s): Amarta Stephen*

Telehealth is a multi-beneficial tool that can connect your child to a variety of health-care providers. It might make use of a variety of technologies, including live, interactive audio and video, as well as specialised diagnostic tools. In addition to in-person sessions with a paediatrician or paediatric specialist, these services can be employed. Telehealth allows families and caregivers to access health care at times and locations where they might not otherwise be able to. Pediatric doctors in large cities, for example, can use telehealth to see children in tiny community emergency rooms who reside hundreds of miles away. Some paediatricians can assess your child using a computer from home, at school, or in a child-care facility. Pediatricians are doctors who specialise in the physical, emotional, and social well-being of children from birth through young adulthood. Pediatric care covers a wide range of health services, from preventative care to the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses.

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