One of the most common uses is telenursing nursing care at home. For example, patients who have problems with mobility or who live in remote or difficult to reach, patients with chronic diseases such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, diabetes, congestive heart problems, degenerative diseases of the nerves (the bad Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral, etc.)., may stay home and be “visited” and attended regularly by a nurse via videoconferencing, Internet, video phone, etc.. Other uses of home care are the care of patients in immediate post-surgical situations, wound care, ostomy, disabled individuals, and so on. In the normal home care, a nurse is able to visit up to 5-7 patients a day. Using telenursing a nurse can “visit” to 12-16 patients in the same amount of time.A common use telenursing is also used by call centers managed care organizations that provide information and advice as a means of regulating access of patients and decrease the use of emergency rooms. Telenursing may also involve other activities such as patient education, review the results of medical tests and examinations, and assisting physicians in the implementation of medical treatment protocols.