ICU clinicians turn to artificial intelligence to prioritize patients

Researchers said they have developed a novel tool that uses artificial intelligence to help ICU physicians ascertain if a patient does not require an intervention and intense monitoring — allowing them to focus instead on more critical or unstable patients.“Many times, a critical care physician is faced with multiple things happening at once,” Itai Pessach, MD, PhD, of the pediatric ICU at Sheba Medical Center in Israel, told Healio Primary Care. “We put a lot of time and effort into trying to prioritize in terms of what is going on with the patient right now, how weRead More

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