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Title: ICT for Cancer Diagnosis, Treatment and Management


1
ICT
for Cancer
Diagnosis, Treatment and Management
Sudhamony S Additional Director / Head, Medical
Informatics Section, Centre for Development for
Advanced Computing (C-DAC), Thiruvananthapuram,
INDIA.
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C-DAC
  • A Scientific research organization of Ministry of
    Communication and Information Technology,
    Government of India
  • Vision To emerge as the premier RD Institution
    for the design, development and deployment of
    world class electronic and IT solutions for
    economic and human advancement
  • Ten centres across India
  • C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram is in the state of
    Kerala

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing
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About ONCONET
  • The first successful Tele-Oncology Network in
    India
  • which provides
  • telemedicine services in early detection,
    patient follow up and pain relief for cancer
    patients from rural areas.

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The Need
  • Statistics from India
  • 1 million new cancer cases per annum
  • 3 million cancer patients
  • Low socio-economic status and low literacy rates
    in rural areas
  • Lack of infrastructure and expertise at Public
    Health Centers in rural areas for early detection
    of Cancer
  • Long and relatively expensive travel to reach
    Cancer Care facility
  • 30 of cancers can be prevented 40 can be cured

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ONCONET
  • A research project funded by Govt. of India
  • Designed, developed, implemented and supported by
    C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Implemented at Regional Cancer Centre
    Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India and its five
    peripheral clinics across the state

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Regional Cancer Centre Trivandrum (RCC)
  • RCC is the only cancer hospital in the Govt.
    sector catering to the population of the state of
    Kerala and neighboring states.
  • Approx. 12,000 new cases are registered every
    year and the annual follow-up visits reach
    150,000 every year

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Statistics from Kerala Number of patients
visiting Cancer care facility
RCC, Thiruvananthapuram
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Logistics Distance Travelled
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Logistics Cost of Travel
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How to provide affordable cancer care
  • Reduce overhead on patients by bringing Cancer
    care closer to them
  • Facility for Early Cancer detection and diagnosis
    nearby
  • Health education and awareness camps for the
    rural population

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Tele ONCOlogy NETwork
  • Our Peripheral Clinics
  • Malabar Cancer care Society, Kannur.
  • Early cancer detection center, Palakkad.
  • Early cancer detection center, Kochi.
  • Early cancer detection center, Kollam.
  • District cancer control cente, Kozhencheri.

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VSAT Network for ONCONET
Satellite communication link Bandwidth provided
by ISRO (Totally free) Satellite INSAT 3C
Antenna 3.8 m Carrier Extended C Band
Bandwidth 384 kbps Failover mechanism 128
Kbps ISDN connection
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ONCONET
  • CDAC launched ONCONET in Sept. 2004 at RCC and
    its peripheral clinics with Bandwidth offered
    totally free by Indian Space Research
    Organization (ISRO) through its VSAT facility.
  • Currently RCC is linked with over a hundred
    hospitals across the country including areas with
    high military presence like Srinagar and Ladakh
    (2300 miles North), and geographically separated
    areas like Andaman and Lakshadweep islands

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ONCONET - Features
  • Tele-medicine infrastructure at RCC and five
    peripheral clinics
  • Tele-Pathology and Radiology systems
  • High bandwidth connection between these centers (
    384 Kbps)
  • Backup arrangement for connectivity through ISDN
    facility

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ONCONET Features
  • Software - Web based Telemedicine software
    integrated with Hospital Information System
    software (TEJHAS)
  • EHR, securely made available over the network at
    remote centres
  • Oncology Resource Centre Cancer specific
    information made available at remote centres
    through a Digital Library

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TM Infrastructure
  • Powerful Video Conferencing System
  • Server system with software for Creation,
    storage, transfer and sharing of EHR of
    patients, Telemedicine PCs at clinics
  • Tele Pathology / Radiology System with Digital
    Microscope, X Ray Film Scanner and software for
  • Capture , storage and uploading of medical images
  • Sharing and annotation of image between remote
    centres for discussion

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System Architecture
SPECIALTY CENTRE
PERIPHERAL CENTRE
Video- conferencing
Video-conferencing
VSAT Network with ISDN (Backup)
Telemedicine PC
TP / TR Server
ROUTER
Tele-medicine PC
ROUTER
Digital library
X-Ray Film Scanner
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LAN
Database App. Servers
Hospital Information System
Digital Microscope
RCC-Regional Cancer Centre Thiruvananthapuram
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Tele-Pathology and Radiology systems
ECDC KANNUR
Images received from remote centres stored in
Server Experts view the image through viewing
station at their department. Experts prepare the
report and send to remote locations Doctors
share and view the images online and discusses
the case.
Network
Images captured from microscope X-Rays
Documents scanned Images locally stored DICOM CD
imported Patient folder sent to RCC, TVM Reports
received from remote expert doctor
ECDC KOCHI
RCC TRIVANDRUM
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ONCONET Software Telemedicine Enabled Hospital
Automation System (TEJHAS)
Comprises of all essential modules
  • Support Services
  • Cash Billing
  • Central Stores
  • Purchase
  • Blood Bank
  • Radiology
  • Engineering
  • C.S.S.D
  • Back Office
  • Enquiry
  • MIS
  • Master Data
  • Users

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FINDINGS
  • Patients on Chemotherapy can communicate with
    their physician regarding blood count and seek
    advice
  • Early Intervention is facilitated
  • Initial patient presentation and diagnosis is
    made in a primary sitting thereby avoiding
    unnecessary patient referrals and reducing
    patient load at RCC
  • For specialty care, appointment is fixed through
    the system, thereby avoiding unnecessary delay

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Interpretation
  • Number of emergency visit to the hospital is
    reduced
  • Unnecessary referrals and admissions are avoided
  • Routine follow-up visits are limited to
    peripheral clinics thereby avoiding unwanted
    expense

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Interpretation
  • Saves cost to patient, provider and system
  • Palliative care through close interaction with
    tertiary care physician
  • Conduct distant medical education programs, panel
    discussions, nurses training programs and talks
    by doctors

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Usage Statistics ( from 2004 onwards) (Available
online at www.rcctvm.org )
Remote Peripheral Centres No. of follow up Patients Money Saved by Patients in USD
KOCHI 9422 103950
KANNUR 3052 60650
PALAKKAD 262 4075
KOZHENCHERY 274 1575
KOLLAM 556 575
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Usage for Tele Education ( from 2004 onwards)
CME Programs 53
Panel Discussions 33
Nurses Training programs 41
Didactic talks by Academic staff 23
Public awareness campaigns 14
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  • ONCONET
  • goes
  • National
  • (ONCONET India)

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ONCONET India ( National Tele Oncology Network)
  • Establish knowledge enabled Tele Oncology network
    in India
  • Connect 25 Regional Cancer Centres and 100
    peripheral centres ( 4 for each RCC) across the
    country
  • Project Report approved by Ministry of Health,
    GOI implementation to start soon

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Regional Cancer Centres
  1. Trivandrum
  2. Chennai
  3. Bangalore
  4. Mumbai
  5. Hyderabad
  6. Cuttack
  7. Gwalior
  8. Kolkata
  9. New Delhi
  10. Allahabad
  11. Patna
  12. Bikaner
  13. Shimla
  14. Rothak
  15. Gauhati
  16. Aizwal
  17. Nagpur
  18. Ahmadabad
  19. Pondicherry

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Telemedicine System
At RCCs
  • Powerful Video Conferencing System LCD TV
  • Tele consultation system consisting of
    Telemedicine PC with Telemedicine software which
    facilitates
  • -- Creation, storage, transfer and sharing of
    Electronic Medical Record of patients
  • Tele-Pathology / Tele-Radiology System with
    Digital Microscope and Scanner/Digital Camera
  • -- Capture of medical images
  • -- Uploading image to remote end
  • -- Storage of image as part of EMR
  • -- Sharing of image between remote centres for
    discussion

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System Configuration at RCC
Leased Line (384Kbps MPS L3 VPN)
Provided by BSNL
  • Deliverables at RCC
  • PC with software
  • Video Conferencing System TV
  • Film Scanner
  • Digital Microscope
  • UPS, Printer
  • Networking items

Digital Microscope
Printer
384 Kbps
VCS
ROUTER
Scanner
Telemedicine PC
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Television
Internet
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System Configuration at Peripheral Centres
BB VPN (384 Kbps)
Provided by BSNL
  • Deliverables at Peripheral Centre
  • PC with software
  • Video Conferencing System and TV
  • Film Scanner
  • UPS, Printer
  • Networking equipments

Scanner
384 Kbps
Printer
VCS
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Switch
Tele Medicine PC
Television
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System Configuration at Hub location
2 Mbps Leased Line (MPLS L3 VPN)
256 Kbps Internet Leased Line
Multi Conferencing Unit
Internet access to all RCCs thru MPLS VPN
Router
  • Services
  • Portal
  • Internet Browsing
  • Multi Conferencing

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Video Streaming Server
ONCONET India Portal Server
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NETWORK DIAGRAMS SHOWING HOW THE PROPOSED
NETWORK MEETS ONCONET -India FUNCTIONAL
REQUIREMENTS
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Proposed MPLS Network linking 25 RCCs
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OVERALL ARCHITECTURE of ONCONET India network
Peripheral Centre 1
Peripheral Centre 4
Peripheral Centre 4
Peripheral Centre 1
Peripheral Centre 1
Peripheral Centre 4
MPLS BACKBONE
384Kbps L3 VPN
Peripheral Centre 1
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RCC25
Peripheral Centre 4
Peripheral Centre 1
Peripheral Centre 4
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Tele-consultation between one RCC and its
Peripheral center through Broadband VPN
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Conclusion
  • By this proposed system, the cancer patients from
    any part of India can get the consultation and
    treatment from any RCC in India
  • The rest of India will follow ONCONET-Kerala
    pattern in the coming years
  • This ONCONET- India with appropriate low-cost
    technology might be able to be duplicated as a
    model for developing countries with low capital
    inputs

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CONTACT Sudhamony S Additional Director /
Head, Medical Informatics Section Centre for
Development for Advanced Computing
(C-DAC), Thiruvananthapuram-695033.
Kerala INDIA. E-mail sudha_at_cdactvm.in Ph
91- 471- 272 1042  (D) / 272 3333 Ext 229 Mob.
No 91-98479 14872 (M) Fax 91-471- 272 3456 /
272 2230
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Applying Advanced Computing for Human Advancement
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