Staying ahead of Sepsis

LifeBell AI’s founder & CEO, Erez Goren, on his tech start-up's early sepsis prediction solution

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AIMed ICU 2020: The many opportunities out there

AIMed hosted AIMed Intensive Care Unit (ICU) virtual conference yesterday (22 September). Close to 20 field experts presented on topics around data; machine and deep learning for decision support; natural language processing (NLP) and workflow, and general issues in artificial intelligence (AI) and

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Factors that are stopping AI from entering the ICU

Leading up to the AIMed ICU (Intensive Care Unit) virtual event taking place on 22 September, AIMed hosted a webinar this July to explore some of the key trends of using artificial intelligence (AI) in critical care. A subsequent webinar on overcoming the barriers to deployment of AI in the ICU was

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Autonomous monitoring of ICU patients with pervasive sensing and deep learning

In the US, more than 5.7 million adults would be admitted into the intensive care units (ICU) annually. Although a substantial amount of data will be captured from each of them, the granular indications such as the impact of background noises and lighting on patients and aspects that reflect a perso

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Leveraging contextual AI to foster trust

In 2013, Dr. Tavpritesh Sethi, Physician-scientist and Assistant Professor of Computational Biology at Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology Delhi (IIIT-Delhi) led a study looking at the prevalence of diseases in India. On average, about 200,000 Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD

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Dr Anthony Chang speaks with Dr Piyush Mathur

In the latest episode of our AIMed Talks series, Piyush Mathur, an anaesthesiologist and intensivist at the Cleveland Clinic, discusses what inspired him to go into AI as a clinician with no previous computer programming background.

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Machine learning to predict unplanned intensive care unit readmission

In 2010, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) began financially penalizing hospitals whose 30-day readmission rates for acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, and pneumonia are higher than expected under the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program. Since then, according to the figures released by the

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Messages from the latest AIMed webinar: Key trends in Critical Care AI

A prelude to the upcoming AIMed ICU (Intensive Care Unit) virtual event taking place on 22 September, AIMed hosted its latest webinar under the theme: key trends in critical care AI (artificial intelligence) on 21 July. Two of the virtual event guest speakers – Dr. Leo Anthony Celi, Associate Profes

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Patients are daunted by their ICU experience, not the novel coronavirus

According to a preprint study funded by Kaiser Permanente, one of the major healthcare providers in the US, about 42% of the patients infected with the novel coronavirus will end up in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Data obtained from nine Seattle-area hospitals showed that mortality among those who

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