In Frontiers in rehabilitation sciences
Survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI) have an unpredictable clinical course. This unpredictability makes clinical resource allocation for clinicians and anticipatory guidance for patients difficult. Historically, experienced clinicians and traditional statistical models have insufficiently considered all available clinical information to predict functional outcomes for a TBI patient. Here, we harness artificial intelligence and apply machine learning and statistical models to predict the Functional Independence Measure (FIM) scores after rehabilitation for traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients. Tree-based algorithmic analysis of 629 TBI patients admitted to a large acute rehabilitation facility showed statistically significant improvement in motor and cognitive FIM scores at discharge.
Say Irene, Chen Yiling Elaine, Sun Matthew Z, Li Jingyi Jessica, Lu Daniel C
artificial intelligence, functional independence measure, machine learning, prediction model, rehabilitation, traumatic brain injury