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Vitalscan, Detecting Heart Attacks Using Artificial Intelligence


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Healthcare Innovation


Date and Time

20 September 2018 - 18:30-21:00


Coventry, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the UK - W.Mids:Coventry&Warks local network.

About this event

Speakers: Dr Geoff Spence and Dr Abbas Al Shimary, Creavo Medical Technologies

Detecting whether heart attacks have occurred can take several hours with the equipment available in most accident and emergency departments. Often having to wait for an MRI scan.

CREAVO have developed portable scanning equipment which is trained, using AI, to assess if a heart attack has occurred. The machine can identify the type of attack so that doctors can take appropriate action.

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6~:30pm T&C for the lecture at 7:00pm. Networking buffet afterwards

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