AI could tackle ‘avoidable’ heart attack deaths, study finds

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Artificial intelligence (AI) could predict if a person is at risk of having a heart attack up to 10 years in the future, potentially saving thousands of lives, a study has suggested. It could also improve treatment for almost half of patients, researchers said. The study by the University of Oxford explored ways to improve the accuracy of cardiac CT scans – which are used to detect any blockages or narrowing in the arteries – using AI. According to the British Heart Foundation (BHF), which funded the research, about 350,000 people in the UK have one of these scans each year. However, it said m…

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