RESEARCHERS found that clinicians who most frequently followed an Artificial intelligence (AI) tool’s recommendations were twice as likely to diagnose low ejection fraction (EF) perfectly, a sign that the heart is not functioning as well as it should.AI is poised to revolutionize medicine.AI can fill in any gaps in prior clinical experience. Promoting early detection, timely treatment, and proper referral procedures in primary care can be greatly aided by this. It is evident that those that are able to employ AI effectively can increase their diagnostic precision and deliver superior patient care. Since AI is still in its infancy, the tools developed will undoubtedly advance in the coming years to assist physicians in determining whether a patient has a cardiac condition or a problem with their heart’s function. Most patients approach the doctor when they have symptoms like heaviness in the chest or difficulty in breathing – AI will diagnose heart conditions before the symptoms start prompting early treatment as per study. AI Technology will help doctors diagnose patients way before symptoms start and this will help in future according to research. With recent developments, the widespread use of electronic health records, and the capacity to apply machine learning to this large data store, it is now conceivable to employ AI to enhance the precision of diagnoses and fine-tune treatment regimens. AI systems will be easy for busy caregivers to use.
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