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Providers begin using AI to improve clinical decision making

Healthcare organizations across the country are beginning to cash in on early efforts in artificial intelligence and data visualization. First reports on initial efforts to use these advanced technologies show tantalizing potential. At Massachusetts General Hospital researchers have developed an AI algorithm to rapidly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages from unenhanced computed tomography scans, detecting… Read More »

Hypercapnic COPD Survival, Clinical Outcomes With High-Intensity NIV

December 31, 2018 Share this content: There are 2 hypotheses on why high-intensity NIV is beneficial to individuals with hypercapnic stable COPD. There is evidence that people with comorbid stable chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and chronic hypercapnic respiratory failure (CHRF) have improved symptoms and survival rates with high-intensity noninvasive ventilation (NIV), according to a… Read More »

Male Doctors, Female Consultants, and Clinical Trials Mess with My Space Junk (A Nod to Andrew Marvell)

I had an interesting…no let’s call it revealing…a revealing experience a few years ago and again a few months ago about two weeks after my wife Dianne and I returned from Spain. Let us now splice baby, splice. Most of us are aware that fitness, and the visual allure of something resembling perfection, morphed into… Read More »