In Journal of the American Society of Echocardiography : official publication of the American Society of Echocardiography
Echocardiography has always been a journey from scientific observation to clinical application. Whether in theranostics, understanding the performance of the systemic right ventricle, or uncovering the predictive power of echocardiographic data in congenital heart disease, the author's experiences highlight how echocardiographers at the frontier of scientific inquiry making observations today are inundated with data. It becomes apparent that new clinical applications, if they are to be successful, depend more than ever on effective management of the information we collect. In light of this realization, the 21st Feigenbaum lecture explores analytic intelligence-one path echocardiography might now take on its march from observation to application.
Analytic intelligence, Machine learning, Predictive modeling, Right ventricular function, Theranostics, Ultrasound