Advancements and applications of Artificial Intelligence in cardiology: Current trends and future prospects

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Olawade, D. B., Adertinto, N., Olatunji, G., Kokori, E., David-Olawade, A. C. and Hadi, M. 2024. Advancements and applications of Artificial Intelligence in cardiology: Current trends and future prospects. Journal of Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health. 3 (Art. 100109). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.glmedi.2024.100109
AuthorsOlawade, D. B., Adertinto, N., Olatunji, G., Kokori, E., David-Olawade, A. C. and Hadi, M.
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Using Artificial intelligence technologies in cardiology has witnessed rapid advancements across various domains, fostering innovation and reshaping clinical practices. The study aims to provide a comprehensive overview of these AI-driven advancements and their implications for enhancing cardiovascular healthcare. A systematic approach was adopted to conduct an extensive review of scholarly articles and peer-reviewed literature focusing on the application of AI in cardiology. Databases including PubMed/MEDLINE, ScienceDirect, IEEE Xplore, and Web of Science were systematically searched. Articles were screened following a defined selection criteria. These articles' synthesis highlighted AI's diverse applications in cardiology, including but not limited to diagnostic innovations, precision medicine, remote monitoring technologies, drug discovery, and clinical decision support systems. The review shows the significant role of AI in reshaping cardiovascular medicine by revolutionising diagnostics, treatment strategies, and patient care. The diverse applications of AI in cardiology showcased in this study reflect the transformative potential of these technologies. However, challenges such as algorithm accuracy, interoperability, and integration into clinical workflows persist. AI's continued advancements and strategic integration in cardiology promise to deliver more personalised, efficient, and effective cardiovascular care, ultimately improving patient outcomes and shaping the future of cardiology practice.

JournalJournal of Medicine, Surgery, and Public Health
Journal citation3 (Art. 100109)
ISSN2949-916X
Year2024
PublisherElsevier
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Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.glmedi.2024.100109
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Deposited01 May 2024
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