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22-year-old's 3-D scanner can diagnose heart diseases in 90 seconds
by Ryan Prior, CNN
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8 March 2018
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Peeyush Shrivastava hopes to start bringing 3-D heart-scanning technology to hospitals and emergency rooms across the country as early as this year. Of the 8 million Americans who enter emergency rooms complaining of chest pain each year, just 6% have a life-threatening condition like a heart attack, according to a study in JAMA Internal Medicine. It also found that more than half of the people who go to an ER for chest pain are actually experiencing something else: anxiety, gastrointestinal issues, muscle strains. Yet ER doctors often need to perform extensive testing on patients to rule out serious conditions ... Shrivastava says his company's scanner, called Faraday, can dramatically speed up that process, do it more accurately and make it more comfortable for the patient. It uses artificial intelligence to create thousands of 3-D maps of a patient's heart to tell doctors what is, or isn't, causing chest pain. Shrivastava's team's method is noninvasive.
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CNN Video: 22-year-old's 3-D scanner can diagnose heart diseases in 90 seconds Peeyush Shrivastava is co-founder and CEO of Genetesis, a startup that has built an imaging platform that creates 3-D maps of the heart. Source: CNN
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