A noninvasive ultrasound imaging technique can help healthcare providers localize atrial and ventricular cardiac arrhythmias, according to new research published in Science Translational Medicine. Could this method be added to clinical workflows in the near future?
The coronavirus crisis continues to unite heretofore unaffiliated technology powerhouses at the forefront of AI and other forms of IT innovation in healthcare. The trend continued March 26 with the launch of a multifaceted, far-flung and very well-funded institute.
"This study presents a significant advancement in addressing a major unmet clinical need: the accurate arrhythmia localization in patients with a variety of heart rhythm disorders," one Johns Hopkins Medicine expert wrote Wednesday.