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The ECHOES cardiovascular digital twin: the brain assist device needed to make sense of data overload?

By Ahmed El-Medany Presented by Prof Tim Chico, Honorary Consultant Cardiologist and Professor of Cardiovascular medicine, University of Sheffield. The Digital Innovation in Cardiology session…

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Visualisation of a 3D bi-ventricular model obtained through segmenting the volumetric image.

Artificial Intelligence, precision phenotyping and risk prediction in cardiomyopathy

By Ahmed El-Medany Presented by Prof O’Regan, MRC Investigator and Consultant Radiologist, Imperial College London The Digital Innovation in Cardiology session at BCS 2021 was…

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Heart rate monitor

Prevalence of LA thrombus despite guideline directed anticoagulation – results from a meta-analysis

Taken directly from the American College of Cardiology A summary by Sarah Kohnstamm, MD, FACC Quick Takes This meta-analysis set out to answer the prevalence of…

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echocardiogram

Can artificial intelligence guide novice operators to obtain echocardiographic scans with limited diagnostic utility?

By A. Narang et al In this prospective, multi-centre diagnostic study by Narang et al, a cohort of 8 nurses without prior ultrasonography experience used…

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MRI

BCS Editorial: Computed Tomography Coronary Angiography in Stable Coronary Heart Disease: The UK Perspective

By Kenneth Mangion One in ten of all chest pain presentations to primary care have been reported to be due to coronary heart disease (CHD).(1,2) In…

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