Heart And Vascular Diseases
Last Posted: Nov 18, 2022
- Prediction of atrial fibrillation and stroke using machine learning models in UK Biobank.
A Papadopolou et al, MEDRXIV, October 30, 2022
- Should variants of unknown significance (VUS) be disclosed to patients in cardiogenetics or not; only in case of high suspicion of pathogenicity?
SN van der Craben et al, EJHG, August 26, 2022
- Digital Technologies to Support Better Outcome and Experience of Care in Patients with Heart Failure.
McBeath K C C et al. Current heart failure reports 2022 1-34
- First-onset major depression during the COVID-19 pandemic: A predictive machine learning model.
Caldirola Daniela et al. Journal of affective disorders 2022
- Generalizable Beat-by-Beat Arrhythmia Detection by Using Weakly Supervised Deep Learning.
Liu Yang et al. Frontiers in physiology 2022 13850951
- Machine learning approaches to predict the 1-year-after-initial-AMI survival of elderly patients.
Lee Jisoo et al. BMC medical informatics and decision making 2022 22(1) 115
- Prediction of 3-year all-cause and cardiovascular cause mortality in a prospective percutaneous coronary intervention registry: Machine learning model outperforms conventional clinical risk scores.
Calburean Paul-Adrian et al. Atherosclerosis 2022 35033-40
- Artificial intelligence applied to cardiovascular imaging, a critical focus on echocardiography: The point-of-view from "the other side of the coin".
Dell'Angela Luca et al. Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU 2022
- Future Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence in Echocardiography.
Tseng Andrew S et al. Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography : official publication of the American Society of Echocardiography 2022
- Machine learning to predict no reflow and in-hospital mortality in patients with ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction that underwent primary percutaneous coronary intervention.
Deng Lianxiang et al. BMC medical informatics and decision making 2022 22(1) 109
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