Powerful Medical in Bratislava, Slovakia and the Cardiovascular Center in OLV Hospital Aalst, Belgium are pleased to announce the collaboration in developing artificial intelligence based clinical tools for the diagnosis and management of cardiovascular diseases.
Heart failure and cardiac arrhythmias represent a growing healthcare problem. Their increasing complexity pose a challenge for the clinical practice while driving up the social and economic burden. This partnership between an international leader in cardiology and a dynamic medical research and software company creates a fertile ground for developing precise and patient-personalised “point-of-care” solutions enabling the efficient clinical management.
The Cardiovascular Center Aalst is an international leader of clinical excellence in cardiovascular care. The Center’s drive for innovation yielded groundbreaking advances in diagnosis and management of patients across the entire spectrum of cardiac diseases. …
Since the 1950s, 12-lead electrocardiograms remain a non-invasive gold standard tool for diagnosing and assessing a variety of cardiovascular diseases, such as arrhythmias, heart attacks or heart conduction abnormalities.
Before establishing a definitive diagnosis, doctors follow a systematic approach consisting of the following parameters:
Based on insights gained from these parameters, experienced cardiologists can determine a correct diagnosis from an ECG recording.
Most of today’s industry standard ECG machines are equipped with the Marquette™ 12SL analysis algorithm by GE Healthcare, which should, in theory, help doctors with the interpretation of ECG recordings. …
As you already know, we care about updating our community and hearing everyones input. That is why we’re holding an AMA (Ask Me Anything) that takes place on a monthly basis regarding different topics. The seventh session took place On Tuesday, May 28, 2019, 14:00 CET in our Telegram group.
Q1: I got a question; can we make the daily limit higher for people holding 100k-250–500k Bethereum? (asked by jassies)
Giacomo: What a start! Would be quite difficult to differentiate, and also a bit unfair. …