Chinese peacekeeping units have access to PLA's telemedicine system

China Military Online

BEIJING, Jan. 31 (ChinaMil) -- PLA's high-definition telemedicine application system is available at the Chinese peacekeeping Level-II hospitals in Mali, Lebanon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, South Sudan, and the peacekeeping infantry battalion to South Sudan, PLA Daily learnt from the Health Bureau of the Logistics Support Department under the Central Military Commission (CMC) in late January.

In addition, the hospital of China's logistics base in Djibouti has also been connected with the high-definition telemedicine system.

The Chinese peacekeeping hospitals and the hospital of China's logistics base in Djibouti are able to conduct remote medical consultations and obtain emergency treatment information via these telemedicine stations which is fast, safe and convenient. These telemedicine stations play a vital role in elevating Chinese peacekeeping detachment's capability of conducting effective treatment of possible combat wounds and malignant diseases.

The high-definition telemedicine application system has covered all the military hospitals and border and coastal defense medical institutions to provide medical support services including telemedicine consultations, professional training and emergency medical t assistance.



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