|ECR 2018 / C-1260|
|Reliability of the Alberta stroke early CT scan (ASPECTS) and stroke classification in an emergency telestroke context|
High observed-agreements, high observed concordances for interrater and intrarater agreemments on the variables evaluated (with respect of other studies on brain CT), and agreements ranged from moderate to almost perfect, were observed in this study. Such results allow us to suggest that in the telestroke context of our hospital, and performing interpretation as close and realistic as they are in routine interpretation in our hospital, the reliability of the evaluated mobile solution for interpreting brain CT of patients with signs of acute stroke was assured. Reading time difference was not a concern in this study. In our study, reading using the tablet were performed over a Wi-Fi connection; for a more realistic approaches in our country, were public Wi-Fi is not available, an evaluation of time transfers over mobile telephone networks, as the 4G, and their costs, is necessary.
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