The ML algorithm helps to pull out a blueprint in the data and foretell that patients with a certain outline are more likely to have an undesirable event like a heart attack than patients with other patterns.
The research team tried to judge against the ML approach with CAD-RADS and other vessel scoring systems in nearly 7,000 patients. They chased the patients for an average of nine years after CCTA.
It was found that contrast to CAD-RADS and other scores, the ML approach categorized in a better way, which patients would have a heart attack event from those who would not.
“The risk estimate that one gets from doing the Machine Learning version of the model is more accurate than the risk estimate one is going to get if depended on CAD-RADS,”.
Recent work was published in npj Digital Medicine on June 24 where researchers recently have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) classifier which could detect a specific cardiovascular disease using a wearable wrist biosensor. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, can cause acute complications and remain unrecognized in the clinical setting. By proposing a diagnostic approach using a machine learning and a wearable sensor, these researchers have potentially developed a non-persistent and widely available tool to identify the heart attack disease. These are in the form of smartwatches.
At various workplaces, this AI is improving safety. AI can help public health organizations around the world to prevent the spread of deadly diseases like Ebola, Chikungunya, and Zika by detecting the presence of pathogens in the environment and stopping transmission to humans before outbreaks can begin.
An injection of iodine-containing contrast material is used in Coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA) and CT scanning is done to examine the arteries that supply blood to the heart and determine whether they have been narrowed. The images produced during a CT scan can be reformatted to create three-dimensional (3D) images that may be analyzed on a monitor, printed on film or by a 3D printer, or transport to electronic media.
Note: If anyone comes across a sudden heart attack patient, immediately form a Hridiya Mudra gesture of heart attack patient’s hand in order to avoid anything worse to happen and one gets time to take the patient to the doctor. This does the work of an injection.
1. Redirects prana towards the heart, the blood pressure gets balanced.
2. The heart opens on panic and emotional level, releasing emotions and tensions.