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Chủ Nhật, 29 tháng 11, 2020

US AI solves real-world clinical problems


AI helps solve real-world clinical problems

By Adam Davidson, AuntMinnie.com contributing writer

AI can walk ultrasound users through scans and enhance the image, ensuring the acquisition of high-quality and consistent scans that can be easily interpreted.

AI can also identify anatomy and anomalies on scans and make measurements to help readers interpret scans. AI can serve as a safeguard, ensuring that the radiologist does not miss any areas of concern on a scan, and as a second opinion, improving the radiologist's confidence in their diagnosis.

The chart below lists the importance of various AI tasks, as indicated in an Omdia survey of users.

Omdia radiology graph

According to the AIUS report, AI for ultrasound is versatile, with 60% of respondents' practices using AI in multiple clinical applications. AI utilization in general imaging was the most frequently reported clinical application, but Omdia expects AI utilization in point-of-care (POC), cardiology, and nontraditional applications to increase during the next few years as image libraries grow, enabling the development of more specialized algorithms.

The development of AI at the edge of care and in POC settings will drive integrated and cloud-based AI deployment in addition to the use of AI with portable medical imaging equipment.


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