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06
Sep

The power of AI in surgery

Artificial intelligence (AI), defined as algorithms that enable machines to perform cognitive functions (such as problem solving and decision-making), has changed for some time now the face of healthcare through machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP). Its use in surgery, however, took a longer time than in other medical specialties, mainly because of missing...

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03
Sep

Tapping Precision Medicine to Provide Individualised Eye Care

What if a powerful tool could be created, using artificial intelligence (AI), that would help diagnose, predict and treat the disease process in a retina? That is the question T.Y. Alvin Liu, M.D., assistant professor of ophthalmology at Wilmer Eye Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a retina specialist, has set out to answer.

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27
Aug

New technology may help detect lung cancer earlier at the cellular level

Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death worldwideTrusted Source and the third most commonTrusted Source cancer type in the United States. The disease is often treatable when diagnosed in its early stages. So, experts are constantly working on new ways to detect lung cancer as early as possible so that people can receive prompt treatment.

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25
Aug

Creating a Microrobot to One Day Tackle Cancer.

We are hopeful and passionate about pushing the boundaries of this research for the miniaturization of medical microrobots for future applications in clinics. Our ultimate aim is to overcome the challenges, which remain plenty. For example, we must develop strategies to navigate and control these microrobots inside the host body with high precision, taking body...

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23
Aug

Early detection of sepsis using artificial intelligence: a scoping review protocol

Sepsis is a life-threatening organ dysfunction caused by a dysregulated host response to infection. To decrease the high case fatality rates and morbidity for sepsis and septic shock, there is a need to increase the accuracy of early detection of suspected sepsis in prehospital and emergency department settings. This may be achieved by developing risk...

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20
Aug

Using AI to diagnose birth defect in fetal ultrasound images

In a new proof-of-concept study led by Dr. Mark Walker at the uOttawa Faculty of Medicine, researchers are pioneering the use of a unique AI-based deep learning model as an assistive tool for the rapid and accurate reading of ultrasound images.

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16
Aug

Major step forward in fabricating an artificial heart, fit for a human

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. Heart disease is so deadly in part because the heart, unlike other organs, cannot repair itself after injury. That is why tissue engineering, ultimately including the wholesale fabrication of an entire human heart for transplant, is so important for the future of cardiac medicine.

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13
Aug

Melbourne researchers’ diabetes breakthrough could reduce need for insulin injections

Diabetes researchers say they have made a breakthrough that could pave the way to eliminating the need for daily insulin injections. The Monash University research, published in the Nature journal Signal Transduction and Targeted Therapy, could lead to the regeneration of insulin in pancreatic stem cells.

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09
Aug

AI may help predict the next virus to jump to humans

A recent study demonstrates that machine learning methods could determine the risk of a viral jump or “spillover” from animals to humans using viral genomes. The research models predicted that genetically similar nonhuman primate viruses had an increased risk of human transmission, which was not the case with other animal groups.

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27
Jul

Hospital-based smart pacifier could eliminate infant blood draws

Source: Electrolyte monitoring is critical for infants in the intensive care unit, and a new AI monitoring solution may eliminate the need for twice-daily blood draws. The solution a smart pacifier.

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