The PedSpace

Telemedicine and VUR

June 22, 2020 Palette Life Sciences Season 1 Episode 2
The PedSpace
Telemedicine and VUR
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The PedSpace
Telemedicine and VUR
Jun 22, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Palette Life Sciences

In this episode of the PedSpace, Dr. Aaron Martin discusses how telemedicine can be a vital tool for vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). In his practice he has seen a significant percentage of children with VUR who also have bladder and bowel dysfunction (BBD). With telemedicine now being used routinely, it is a valuable tool for enhancing treatment. This conversation dives deep into the benefits of telemedicine in enhancing patient care and increasing patient compliance for treatment protocol.

Dr. Aaron Martin completed his urology residency at Mayo Clinic Arizona and pediatric urology fellowship at Children’s National in Washington, DC. He practices at Children’s Hospital New Orleans where he also serves as Telemedicine Medical Director. His research interests focus on the intersection of medicine, technology, and healthcare delivery with several projects involving telemedicine and surgical device innovation.

Show Notes

In this episode of the PedSpace, Dr. Aaron Martin discusses how telemedicine can be a vital tool for vesicoureteral reflux (VUR). In his practice he has seen a significant percentage of children with VUR who also have bladder and bowel dysfunction (BBD). With telemedicine now being used routinely, it is a valuable tool for enhancing treatment. This conversation dives deep into the benefits of telemedicine in enhancing patient care and increasing patient compliance for treatment protocol.

Dr. Aaron Martin completed his urology residency at Mayo Clinic Arizona and pediatric urology fellowship at Children’s National in Washington, DC. He practices at Children’s Hospital New Orleans where he also serves as Telemedicine Medical Director. His research interests focus on the intersection of medicine, technology, and healthcare delivery with several projects involving telemedicine and surgical device innovation.