Prediction of osteoporosis by AI technology

The basic idea is to use the software developed by machine learning and artificial intelligence technology to analyze the medical imaging data and patient medical records, so as to help the clinical medical team to screen out the patients before fracture occurs Come and treat. < / P > < p > the collaboration between the two companies has won the UK and Israel R & D competition. They will work with a team of international interdisciplinary clinicians, data experts and computer scientists for two years to conduct clinical testing and running of the software at the Greater Glasgow and Clyde health care institutions of the national health service in the UK and the Asuta medical center in Israel. < p > < p > osteoporosis patients have low bone mineral density and brittle bone. Severe osteoporotic fractures, especially hip fractures, can lead to morbidity and mortality, which is a challenge facing the aging population. Fragile fractures are a major complication of the disease, but patients are often underdiagnosed and treated, the company said in a statement. < p > < p > zbulla uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to help read medical scanned images of human tissues, while storm ID develops systems that analyze patient body data from technologies such as applications, sensors, and wearable devices. The results of the analysis can be shared with healthcare professionals to help them make decisions and implement targeted interventions. < / P > < p > the two companies plan to combine their data analysis and artificial intelligence reading technology to form a new platform to become an osteoporosis screening tool. Paul McGuinness, director of storm ID, said that by predicting the potential risk of fractures in advance, early intervention can benefit patients and the whole health system. < p > < p > Dr. Michel goundi, director of image and innovation at Asuta medical center, said that it is an important advantage of modern artificial intelligence to use the new platform to re analyze the information of patients’ medical records and medical images. Asuta has to do more than 200000 CT examinations for patients every year, which can play an important role in early detection of osteoporosis, and contribute to solving the public health challenges that have attracted increasing attention.