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Artificial Intelligence & Forecasting Diseases

Artificial Intelligence & Forecasting Diseases

Author: Admin Published On: 20/07/2022 1

AI and Forecasting Kidney Disease
AI is increasingly being used by healthcare providers in providing emergency and critical care. In the last few years it has firmly put its roots in the healthcare domain. It’s now well adapted by the healthcare providers in advanced nations. It shall soon be a mainstream norm and more advanced technologies are getting developed.

Acute kidney injury (AKI) may be difficult to detect by clinicians and may aggravate very fast to become life-threatening. With an estimated 11% of deaths occurring in the hospitals owing to AKI, an early diagnosis and treatment can have a huge impact in reducing life-long treatment and the cost of kidney dialysis.

DeepMind Health and The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), have created a tool, that can identify more than 90% of acute AKI cases 48 hours earlier than with traditional care methods.

AI & ML in Emergency Care
During a sudden heart attack, the time between the call to the emergency and ambulance arrival is crucial for recovery. AI can analyze the clues, to establish the diagnosis of a cardiac arrest and increase the probability of the patient’s survival by helping the emergency dispatchers to take appropriate measures.

Corti’s AI tool that assists emergency medicine staff by analyzing the voice of the caller, background noise and relevant data from medical history of the patient.

Based on this learning, Corti keeps improving its model as an ongoing process. Corti has developed a rechnology that can detect and analyze various background noise and clues from the caller or the patient sounds in the background.

Corti alerts emergency staff if it detects a heart attack. Like other ML technologies, Corti does not search for particular signals, but it trains itself by listening to many calls in order to detect crucial factors.

In many instances, emergency dispatchers were able to identify a cardiac arrest based on the description provided by the caller. However Corti did better. A small-scale study conducted, revealed that it’s ML models were able to quite accurately analyze the background noise and sounds. It recognized cardiac arrest calls better than human dispatchers. Research showed that emergency dispatchers in Copenhagen recognized cardiac arrests on the phone in about 73% of cases, but Corti AI application could detect them 95% of the time. In a cardiac arrest, the whole heart stops beating, whereas a heart attack is caused by a blockage in the supply of blood to part of the heart.

ML can play an essential role in developing AI applications which shall support emergency medical staff. In the future, medical units could use the technology to respond to emergency calls with automatic defibrillators equipped drones or with CPR-trained volunteers, which would increase the chances for survival in cases of cardiac arrest that take place in the community.

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Vertebral Hernia

S.S. 27 Yrs Male

On 02/02/2014 the patient reported me with severe pain on both legs from back to the heel Pain was more from left side.

Pain didn’t allow him to get rest. After every 5 minutes he had to walk which decreased the pain a little bit.

MRI- described vertebral hernia on the level of L4-L5= 15mm
Was diagnosed as both side Sciatica with left side prevalence.
Case was taken in detail, individualization and repertorisation.
Homeopathy prescription was done according the Law of Totality and Similimum.




K.A. 40 Yrs Male

On 18.10.2011, the patient complained of allergic red eruption along with swelling and after any mixed food. Very often emergancy call, dropping of Dexamethason

Was diagnosed like Urticaria and or Qwincke Edema
After case taking and individualization, prescription was made according to the law of similimum



Abdomen & Digestive Complications

L. K., 44 Yrs Female

Patient complained that after 4 yrs after marriage she was not getting pregnant. Once she had miscarriage in 6 wee. She got pregnant in 2007 she got pregnant and under care of a gynaecologist. Delivered by caesarean section. After this she again could not get pregnant. She had herpes of genitals after miscarriage. After marriage she had genital infection, leucorrhoea yellowish green, offensive, profuse, pain in the vagina. She had taken a lot of antibiotics and hormones. During pregnancy found out stones in the gall bladder. After 3 months of delivery, started nausea, vomiting & vertigo. She was continuously not feeling well. In 2014 she surgically removed the gall bladder.

After 1 year again started nausea and vomiting. Was diagnosed with erosive gastritis. Pain in the stomach, < after 6-7pm, spring and autumn, burning, distension, > motion. Eructation, heartburn, nausea < before menses, during and after menses some 2 -3 days; < morning. Distension of abdomen with offensive gases. Alternate constipation and loose stool. Sometimes she feels as if food staying in oesophagus. Headache since 20 years, it is starting from vertex, or right or left side of the head. Pressing pain, as if some heavy weight put on head < before or after menses; stomach upset; sun, noise, acute odours; > yawning, lying down, sleeping.

Stones in kidney, right side, pain started 1 year ago as cystitis, since last April started severe pain < long walking, heavy work.Burning in the urethra after urination, > tepid water.
Pain in the knees extends down (more right side). Swelling and pain in legs, more right side (right leg had trauma), now heaviness and weakness < rainy weather. Pain in neck and shoulders, < sitting in front of computer.
Haemorrhoids since 15 yrs. old, bleeding sometimes < after antibiotics, burning pain > washing with warm water. Cyst in the left ovary.Pain in the right side inguinal region. Palpitation sometimes.

Patient Medical History

She had mumps,
13 yrsold appendectomy, wound healed long time, there was pussy discharge
Menarche 11 yrs old, 28 – 30/3 days, with clothes, dark colour
2 years ago dog has beaten
Mother – thyroid problem, liver problem
Father – heart problem, heart failure

Before coming to the Homeopathy clinic she was taking treatment from different allopathic doctors: gastroenterologist, gynaecologist, urologist, traumatologist without any noticeable relief. Condition was getting worse and worse.


She reported in July 2019 and took regular homeppathic treatment during 11 months. Her last visit was in June 2020. Her digestive problems improved about 90 %, sometimes she was heaving slight distension. Headaches became very rare. No any urinary complaints. Pain and swelling in joints, extremities totally went.

Follow up after 6 months and 1 year, her health is remaining steady, no relapse.


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