Tuesday, September 13, 2022

AI predicting cardiac arrests ten years in advance

AI and Cardiac Arrests
Many advancements are happening in the field of medical science using AI. I have shared some of them in earlier posts. One development that caught my attention recently is about researchers at Johns Hopkins University developing an AI approach they say can help predict if and when a person could die of cardiac arrest based on imaging scans of the heart. 

AI can analyze the scar tissue patterns that develop in the cardiac muscles over time due to heart disease. The AI could predict a person's risk up to ten years in advance. The research paper is published in Nature Cardiovascular Research.

If you are interested in more details, you can find them AI Cardiac arrests

Another related development from Mayo Clinic last year was AI spotting early-stage heart disease in routine EKG data. 


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