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New database to aid development of algorithms, predictive tools to improve surgical outcomes (Medical Xpress)

A team of researchers from UCLA and UC Irvine have created a unique repository of electronic health record data and high-fidelity physiological waveform data from tens of thousands of surgeries that will integrate artificial intelligence to improve patient outcomes. The project led is by Dr. Maxime Cannesson, professor and chair of anesthesiology and perioperative medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; and Dr. Pierre Baldi, Distinguished Professor of information and computer sciences and Dr. Joe Rinehart, clinical professor of anesthesiology, both at UC Irvine. … At this point the focus is on sharing the UC Irvine information with qualified physicians and researchers.

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