HumanInsight Development of an ultralow-latency communication system using shared internet access: promoting the implementation of telemedicine
Surg Today. 2023 Jan 10. doi: 10.1007/s00595-022-02602-8. Online ahead of print.
Telemedicine is becoming increasingly important to address the shortage of gastrointestinal surgeons and disparities in domestic and international treatment outcomes for patients with colorectal cancer. The development of a low-latency communication system using existing communication infrastructure (shared internet access: SIA) is necessary to promote the use of telemedicine. The aim of this study was to develop a low-latency communication system using SIA. We conducted an experiment between Sapporo and Tokyo using an ultralow-latency communication system for remote medical education (TELEPRO®). The latency was measured using 2000 annotations from a monitor in Sapporo, which confirmed a median latency of 27.5 ms. A low-latency communication system based on SIA with latency lower than the maximum allowable latency for telemedicine was developed successfully.
PMID:36625917 | DOI:10.1007/s00595-022-02602-8
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