China performs the first remote corona virus diagnosis via 5G network

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ZTE provides, installs and optimizes 5G network equipment and other indoor and outdoor equipment for Western China Hospital of Sichuan University. The device is used to make a stable indoor 5G connection, support remote video consultation. In the near future, ZTE will expand the system to enable other hospitals to diagnose remotely. in which China killed 361 people, the Philippines had one death.

Trung Quốc thực hiện ca chẩn đoán virus corona từ xa đầu tiên qua mạng 5G - Ảnh 1.

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Using 5G to connect doctors with patients can reduce the risk of infection without compromising the speed and quality of diagnosis. Video calling over 5G has low latency, high image quality, helps doctors see patients clearly. Patients in rural areas with limited physician resources will be treated by special specialists. This approach also helps a small number of specialists to treat a large number of patients in many places without spending time traveling.

In addition, 5G networks support a large number of connections at the same time so many patients are supported simultaneously. It is estimated that the 5G network ZTE set up for Lei Shen Shan Hospital in Wuhan could allow 25,000 people to contact each other at the same time.

Telecommunications plays an important role in telehealth. The global telehealth market may reach 130 billion USD in 2025, up from 38 billion USD in 2018. A huge opportunity makes many companies and startups jump into this field. However, to provide telehealth services, providers need a stable, quality network. 39% of health care professionals say coverage in hospitals is a challenge.

That gives operators the opportunity to diversify revenue, especially when the mobile market is saturated. In the US, smartphone penetration has reached 85% in 2018. To take advantage of this opportunity, carriers must ensure their devices and networks are ready for the unique challenges posed by the health sector. The health sector possesses strict data security standards and carriers must also ensure their networks and devices meet those standards. From there, it is possible to quickly scale up in emergencies that pandemic pneumonia caused by the new strain of corona virus is an example.

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