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Improving teleophthalmology protocols in high-occupancy, high-demand, and remote settings

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Fig. 1: The Galapagos Islands are in urgent need of improved teleophthalmology approaches.
Fig. 2: Optimized protocol for high occupancy, demand, and remote settings.


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Sistemas Médicos de la Universidad San Francisco de Quito, SIME - USFQ. Escuela de Medicina, Colegio de Ciencias de la Salud COCSA, USFQ, Quito, Ecuador. These funding sources had no role in the design of this study and will not have any role during its execution, analyses, interpretation of the data, or decision to submit results.

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The manuscript was written, reviewed, and data curated by SC, MBT, GC, CR, CG, JO, and AC. AC, CG, and JO contributed to revising of the manuscript in terms of information and applications. AC supervised, mentored, administered the work, and conceived this letter. The final form of the letter was critically reviewed and commented on by SC, MBT, GC, CR, CG, JO, and AC, leading to its approval.

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Correspondence to Andrés Caicedo.

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Cañizares, S., Torres, M.B., Carrera, G. et al. Improving teleophthalmology protocols in high-occupancy, high-demand, and remote settings. Eye (2023).

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