Thalamus aims to save 7,000 lives per year with ground-breaking artificial intelligence for use during diagnostic heart surgery.

Thalamus has been awarded an Innovate UK grant to develop an artificial intelligence system to assist doctors during diagnostic heart surgery. If successful, the project could save 7,000 lives and improve the outcomes of a further 140,000 per year. Diagnosing blockages in arteries is a complex and difficult skill. Even using the cutting edge FFR technique, errors occcurred in 30% of cases due to the complexity of the procedure. Thalamus' AI software will work alongside doctors, alerting them to mistakes and problems in real-time.

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