In developed countries, telekinetic is more likely to use for reversion. However, in the third world countries like Cambodia and Ghana, telekinetic Is mainly used for cure the people who live In rural area. The aim of this essay is to Introduce more detail about telekinetic especially its benefits and compare a telekinetic project in Cambodia to the other countries. To begin with, the telemeter project In Cambodia works differently the one In Ghana.
The telekinetic project In Irritating, an Isolated province In Cambodia, uses Internet connection which allows clinicians to contact specialists in Phonon Penn and in the united States. As it was clearly stated by Heinlein”These consultations rely on image-rich clinical documents composed by Cambodia physicians and nurses that are emailed to physicians in Boston and in Phonon Penn for review” (Heinlein, 2013, Internet), it clearly indicates that patients would need to be diagnosed by clinicians to know the condition of patients in order to be examined by the doctors in the city.
On the other hand, in Ghana, consultation is available through the phone call. According to Innovations Foundation for Sustainable Development “Structured insulation ensures that the most important questions are answered for a rapid and accurate training and diagnosis, which ultimately helps decide whether or not a patient requires referral to the hospital” (Innovations Foundation for Sustainable Development, 2012, Internet), Clinicians are trained to be able to answer and give recommendations quick yet accurate.
Secondly, the telekinetic projects in both Cambodia and Ghana faced different obstacles. In Cambodia, One of the most common obstacles for specialists to analyze data is the incomplete document as Heinlein stated “… Dieback from US consulting specialists noted that incomplete clinical documentation by local health workers was limiting their ability to respond with definitive recommendations” (Heinlein, 2013, Internet).
As Heinlein mentioned, to cope with such problem, digital pen technology and pro form clinic templates are used to improve the accuracy of data (Heinlein, 2013, Internet). In contrast, according to Innovations Foundation for Sustainable Development, Shania’s government and Its partners widened the mobile network coverage and provided a free call to emergency numbers to simplify the process of telecommunications (Innovations Foundation for Sustainable Development, 2012, Internet).
The purposes of each improve healthcare services to the people who live in rural area like Earthshaking as it was stated by Heinlein “… Allowing undeserved villagers to receive improved care while educating the local clinicians in appropriate medical practice” (Heinlein, 2013, Internet). By this, not only villagers are benefited, but volunteer workers also improve their education. According to The Economist, in developed countries, telekinetic may be less about treatment but more about tracking people’s health The Economist, 2008, Internet).
As The Economist mentioned “In 2001 a surgeon in New York performed a gall-bladder removal on a patient in Paris using a robotic- surgery system called Ad Vinci” (The Economist, 2008, Internet), There is no doubt that even surgery is possible through telekinetic in first world countries. This enables patient to avoid traveling a long distance in emergency circumstances. Meanwhile in Cambodia, remote surgery is impossible due to lack of equipment and technicians. Despite the differences, telekinetic projects in Cambodia and project Tristan share he same benefits.
One of the most noticeable benefits of telekinetic is that it is inexpensive to operate and saved time. As it was stated by Heinlein “… As the development of enhanced clinic capabilities that made it unnecessary for patients to travel to the distant hospital for certain basic tests” (Heinlein, 2013, Internet), patients can save a lot of time by avoiding long distance travel to hospital to diagnose a common disease. Moreover, it also reduces the high cost of transportation and this is very beneficial especially for people in developing countries such as Cambodia.
People can do other simple tasks like watching TV or cleaning the house while wearable sensor keeps monitoring their health and sending those data to the doctor to analyze. As it was mentioned by The Economist “This kind of approach could save money as well as spotting illnesses early’ (The Economist, 2008, Internet), diseases could be easily treated and more affordable to cure since it was detected in the early stages. To sum up, both telekinetic projects in Cambodia and Ghana work in quite different way. The main advantages of each type of telekinetic projects are relative though they have different purposes.