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Page 48 OMICS J Radiology 2013 Volume 2 Issue 6 ISSN: 2167-7964, ROA an open access journal Radiology-2013 August 14-16, 2013 International Conference on Radiology & Imaging August 14-16, 2013 Holiday Inn Chicago-North Shore, IL, USA Biography Kokou Adambounou graduated as Medical Doctor at the age
To design a ?low cost? tele-imaging platform allowing a real time ultrasound tele-expertise, a delayed ultrasound tele-
diagnostic and a tele-radiology between isolated peripherals hospitals and University Hospital center (Expert center).
Materials and Methods:
A system of communication via internet (Camera IP or remote control software) transferring ultrasound
and background videos between 2 centers, allows a real time tele-expertise if there is a junior echographist at the isolated center. In
the case there is no echographist at the isolated center, an original 3D program of reconstruction allows a delayed tele-diagnostic
with a non sonography operator (midwife, nurse, technician). To locate the probe on the organ acoustic window, the novice
operator uses cartography of the acoustic windows established by our laboratory (UMPS-TOURS). A remote control software
allows teleradiology (Conventional Radiography, Mammography and Computer Tomography) even with low connection flow.
The system was tested on 50 patients between CHR TSEVIE in Togo (40 km from Lom?-Togo and 4500 km from Tours-
France) and CHU Campus at Lom? and CHU Trousseau in Tours with an internet flow rate around 1 Mbps (Camera IP) and 512
kbps (remote control software). A real time tele-expertise was successfully performed with a delay of 1.5 seconds approximately.
A delayed ultrasound tele-diagnostic was also performed with satisfactory results. The radiology data of the isolated center were
well visualized at the expert center.
The present system of tele-imaging requiring only a regular and inexpensive infrastructure, offers a major
opportunity of telemedicine in particular for developing countries.
Kokou Adambounou graduated as Medical Doctor at the age of 28 years from University of Lom? (Togo) and had his certification in Diagnostic
Radiology from University of Abidjan (Ivory Coast). He has completed his Ph.D. at the age of 33 years from Francois Rabelais University of Tours
(France). He was the winner of Young Researcher Prize of SFR (French Society of Radiology) in 2010. He is associate Professor of Biophysics and
Radiolology in the Medical faculty of University of Lom?, and the head of the Telemedicine Unity of the Campus Teaching Hospital. He has published
more than 20 papers in reputed journals.
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