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Viz.ai launches AI-powered Viz Vascular Suite

Viz.ai has announced the launch of Viz Vascular Suite—artificial intelligence (AI)-powered software enabling vascular care teams to automatically detect and triage care for suspected...
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Markus Steinbauer

Despite his initial intention to become a transplant surgeon, Markus Steinbauer (Krankenhaus Barmherzige Brüder, Regensburg, Germany) recalls how the rise of endovascular techniques, and...

AI demonstrates potential to detect carotid artery disease on duplex ultrasound

A prospective study has demonstrated the potential feasibility, applicability and accuracy held by artificial intelligence (AI) in the detection of carotid artery disease on...
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Vascular News’ top 10 most popular stories of October 2022

Five-year outcomes from the randomised SPACE-2 trial on carotid artery stenosis, an interview with Joseph S Coselli, and a report on the "significant" increase...
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Fully automated software using artificial intelligence could become a “crucial adjunct”...

A software named PRAEVAorta (Nurea), using artificial intelligence (AI), has the potential to enable a fast, reproducible, and fully automated analysis of abdominal aortic...
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Cydar Medical announces appointment of chief commercial officer

Cydar Medical today announced that Alastair Harvey has been appointed in the newly created position of chief commercial officer, reporting to chief executive officer...
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Vascular News’ top 10 most popular stories of July 2022

July's top 10 most popular items include more from this year's Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) Vascular Annual Meeting (VAM 2022; 15–18 June, Boston,...

Artificial intelligence can predict risk of complications after endovascular aneurysm repair

Artificial intelligence (AI) models can be developed to predict the risk of postoperative complications after endovascular aneurysm repair (EVAR) with “high accuracy,” research presented...
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Vascular News’ top 10 most popular stories of May 2022

Two-year data on the use of intravascular lithotripsy (IVL) in calcified peripheral disease treatment, an advertorial sponsored by Bentley exploring the role of bridging...

Artificial intelligence could make endovascular aortic repair outcomes more predictable

At the 2022 Charing Cross (CX) International Symposium (26–28 April, London, UK), Tom Carrell (Cydar Medical, Barrington, UK) delivered a Podium 1st presentation titled...

CX 2022 highlights new data in the vascular world

Anticipation is building for the Charing Cross International Symposium 2022 (26–28 April, London, UK, in person and virtual), which this year will address some...

Philips integrates cloud-based AI and 3D mapping into its mobile C-arm...

Royal Philips today announced physicians will now have access to advanced new 3D image guidance capabilities through its image-guided therapy mobile C-arm system—Zenition. The...
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Machine learning may help identify people at risk of thoracic aortic...

A team led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston, USA, recently used deep learning to uncover insights into the genetic basis...

AI tipped to be a “gamechanger” in aortic procedures

 Artificial intelligence (AI) will transform the accuracy of patient selection and endograft selection for aortic procedures. Its use will shore up computed tomography (CT)...
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Viz.ai launches AI-powered modules for pulmonary embolism and aortic disease

Viz.ai has announced the US commercial launch of its AI-powered modules for pulmonary embolism and aortic disease. Debuting at VEITHsymposium 2021 (16–20 November, Orlando, USA), the...

Researchers create novel solution for automatic measurement of maximum aortic diameter

Marie Lannelongue Hospital of Paris Saint-Joseph Hospital Group (Paris, France) and Incepto, a European specialist in artificial intelligence (AI) applied to the medical field,...

AI shows promise in medicine

The role of artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to be “transformative” in medicine, including in vascular surgery. This is according to Alan Karthikesalingam,...

How artificial intelligence can be used for aneurysm follow-up

In the Aortic session at this year’s Controversies and Updates in Vascular Surgery meeting (CACVS; 23–25 January, Paris, France), Stéphan Haulon and Dominique Fabre...

The current status of new technologies and robotics in vascular surgery

In a session focused on new technologies at this year’s London Aorta meeting (10–11 October, London, UK), Celia Riga discussed the rise of robotics,...

Be an early adopter of AI to harness its benefits

 Artificial intelligence (AI) is already better than humans at reading specific radiographic findings. It will impact phycisians’ jobs, but because it can currently only...

The “epidemic” of surgeon burnout and a glimpse into the future...

 Ronald L Dalman (Stanford, USA), vice president of the Society for Vascular Surgery, discusses how aligning an individual surgeon’s goals with those of the...