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AI predicts survival after cardiac surgery

In a fusion of 19th-century medical technology and 21st-century artificial intelligence, cardiologists have unlocked a new method to foresee patient survival rates following heart surgery.

Researchers from US hospitals – Cedars-Sinai, Stanford University, and Columbia University – extensively analysed nearly 46,000 patients’ electrocardiograms (ECGs), a tool dating back to 1895.

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