Will artificial intelligence really transform clinical practice? Applications in asthma and COPD

K. Kostikas (Ioannina, Greece)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Airway diseases
Session: Airway diseases
Session type: State of the art session
Number: 117

WebcastSlide presentation

Rating: 0
You must login to grade this presentation.

Share or cite this content

Citations should be made in the following way:
K. Kostikas (Ioannina, Greece). Will artificial intelligence really transform clinical practice? Applications in asthma and COPD. Virtual Congress 2021 – Airway diseases

You must login to share this Presentation/Article on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or by email.

Member's Comments

No comment yet.
You must Login to comment this presentation.

Related content which might interest you:
Evaluation of the use of e-learning in training management of asthma and COPD in general medicine.
Source: International Congress 2017 – Medical education, web and internet
Year: 2017

Is there a need for pharmacoepidemiology in asthma and COPD?
Source: Annual Congress 2004 - Pharmacoepidemiology of obstructive lung disease: beyond clinical trials
Year: 2004

Comparing asthma and COPD inhaler devices in real life clinical practice in the UK: differences in training requirements and preference
Source: International Congress 2017 – Primary care management of respiratory symptoms, allergies, inhalers and adherence
Year: 2017

Validation of the recording of acute exacerbations of COPD in the clinical practice research datalink: Phase 1 results
Source: International Congress 2015 – Asthma and COPD: overlap and exacerbations
Year: 2015

Assessment of key influences on asthma inhaler device selection in trained asthma practice nurses
Source: Eur Respir J 2003; 22: Suppl. 45, 513s
Year: 2003

The further paradoxes of asthma management: time for a new approach across the spectrum of asthma severity
Source: Eur Respir J, 52 (5) 1800694; 10.1183/13993003.00694-2018
Year: 2018

COPD management in Swedish clinical practice
Source: Annual Congress 2007 - Primary care management of COPD
Year: 2007

Technological aspects of inhalers in asthma and COPD management
Source: CME Online 2011
Year: 2005

What is new in paediatric asthma?
Source: Annual Congress 2006 - Paediatric year in review
Year: 2006

Precision medicine in airway diseases: moving to clinical practice
Source: Eur Respir J, 50 (4) 1701655; 10.1183/13993003.01655-2017
Year: 2017

Comparison of modified medical research council scale and COPD assessment test in subjects with COPD
Source: International Congress 2016 – Screening, diagnosis, assessment, and treatment of COPD in primary care
Year: 2016

Electronic clinical decision support system (eCDSS) in the management of asthma: from theory to practice
Source: Eur Respir J, 53 (4) 1900339; 10.1183/13993003.00339-2019
Year: 2019

New uses of data: from big data to artificial intelligence and clinical decision tools  in children with respiratory diseases
Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – New technologies for the management of children with respiratory diseases
Year: 2021

Comparing pharmacist time use for asthma and COPD patients using various types of inhaler devices
Source: International Congress 2015 – Is asthma always an easy disease to diagnose and manage?
Year: 2015

What is a COPD exacerbation? Current definitions, pitfalls, challenges and opportunities for improvement
Source: Eur Respir J, 52 (5) 1801261; 10.1183/13993003.01261-2018
Year: 2018