Journal article

Artificial intelligence for decision support in acute stroke - current roles and potential

Andrew Bivard, Leonid Churilov, Mark Parsons

Nature Reviews Neurology | NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP | Published : 2020


The identification and treatment of patients with stroke is becoming increasingly complex as more treatment options become available and new relationships between disease features and treatment response are continually discovered. Consequently, clinicians must constantly learn new skills (such as clinical evaluations or image interpretation), stay up to date with the literature and incorporate advances into everyday practice. The use of artificial intelligence (AI) to support clinical decision making could reduce inter-rater variation in routine clinical practice and facilitate the extraction of vital information that could improve identification of patients with stroke, prediction of treatm..

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