Health IT Analytics July 21, 2022
Shania Kennedy

An artificial intelligence tool used to review small bowel capsule endoscopy results was found to not only increase detection rates of small bowel findings and reduce endoscopy video reading times.

A new study in JAMA Network Open found that the use of an artificial intelligence (AI)-based tool designed to review videos of small bowel capsule endoscopy (SBCE) resulted in a higher detection rate of small bowel findings and reduced video reading times for SBCE.

According to the study, experienced healthcare professionals spend an average of 50 to 120 minutes reading and reporting on full-length capsule endoscopy video recordings. Reading these recordings is a tedious task because it is monotonous but also highly demanding, the authors stated. Thus, clinicians must block out dedicated time...

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