Key PointsQuestionCan artificial intelligence guide novice operators to obtain echocardiographic scans with limited diagnostic utility? FindingsIn this diagnostic study, 8 nurses without prior ultrasonography experience used artificial intelligence guidance to scan 30 patients each with a 10-view echocardiographic protocol (240 total patients). Five expert echocardiographers blindly reviewed these scans and felt they were of diagnostic quality for left ventricular size and function in 98.8% of patients, right ventricular size in 92.5%, and presence of pericardial effusion in 98.8%. MeaningArtificial intelligence can extend the reach of echocardiography to assess the 4 basic parameters of left ventricular size and function, right ventricular size, and presence of a nontrivial pericardial effusion to sites with limited expertise.
JAMA Cardiology – American Medical Association
Published: Jun 18, 2021
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