Survey finds high acceptance of telemedicine among ICU nurses

01/9/2012 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Seventy-two percent of 179 intensive care unit nurses said that telemedicine's availability improves the chances that patients will survive, according to a survey published in the American Journal of Critical Care. Contact with the telemedicine staff was not common for the surveyed nurses, though, with 70% reporting two or fewer telemedicine-to-nurse communications in the previous half year.

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