Clinical transportation of detainees includes innate dangers. Telemedicine may permit detainees to get proper assessment, testing and treatment with insignificant requirements for transportation. Our clinical focus deals with the urological protests of all detainees in our state and uses telemedicine to assess patients before transportation. In this examination we decided the clinical course of detainees with testicular torment and pathology, and surveyed the wellbeing and expected viability of telemedicine for the assessment and treatment of these patients. 

They were  reflectively assessed the clinical records of all detainees assessed by telemedicine from January 2007 to July 2014. Records were analyzed for urological grumblings, analysis , starting tests and medicines, results and inevitable medical procedure. The viability of telemedicine was dictated by contrasting the telemedicine and in-person visit analysis. There were 376 detainees with urological protests, of which 29% were for testicular torment and pathology. Tests were requested in 78% at the telemedicine experience (73% ultrasound). Center visit followed telemedicine in 49% of cases, of which the telemedicine determination was affirmed in 98%. Elective medical procedure was 8% and no patients had danger.

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