Medics touch down with rugger system


Medics touch down with rugger system

England's rugby players are getting better medical care after the sport's governing body, the Rugby Football Union, implemented a system to give medics access to players' medical records.

The RFU migrated its Elite Player Analysis System (Epas) on to Citrix Presentation Server 4.0 last month to make the application more resilient for remote users.

The RFU's network director Mike Morris said, "The medics can see what injuries the players have and what diagnosis and treatment has been performed on those injuries."


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