Videos | Artificial Intelligence | September 21, 2020

VIDEO: Artificial Intelligence May Improve Cath Lab Interventions

Nick West, M.D., chief medical officer for Abbott, explains the details from a survey of 1,400 patients, physicians and healthcare executives in an effort to understand the needs to guide future technology development. Artificial intelligence (AI) is being looked at as a way to better personalize medicine. In the cath lab, AI might be used to help interpret intravascular images as a second set of eyes for the physician. AI also might enable immediate feedback on how to proceed with a case based on current guidelines and clinical evidence.

Read more about the survey in the article "Emerging Technology and Data Key to Closing Treatment Gaps to Improve Cardiovascular Care."

See Part 1 of this video where west describes the key findings of the survey in the VIDEO: Survey Shows Large Disconnect in Medical Technology Across Continuum of Care.

 

 

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