Artificial intelligence could prevent unnecessary tests in patients with chest pain

Washington DC: A recent study showed artificial intelligence (AI) may prevent ‘unnecessary examination’ in patients with stable chest pain, a frequent cause of visits to emergency departments and general practitioners. The study was presented at The International Conference on Nuclear Cardiology and Cardiac CT (ICNC) 2019.

Study author Dr Marco Mazzanti, Royal Brompton Hospital said, “We know that doctors overtest patients and ignore recommendations when a test justified about two-thirds of the time. Our ‘super brain’ decision support system, called ARTICA does not advise unnecessary examinations.”

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