Heart operation through AI: Traditional heart surgeons are becoming unemployed in UK-US
Heart operation through AI: Traditional heart surgeons are becoming unemployed in UK-US, but efficiency in treating patients has increased
Heart surgeons are seen with great respect in the profession of doctors who are called the Gods of the earth. This superiority of his started in the world of medicine from 1940-the 60s and continued. But now these traditional heart surgeons are becoming unemployed.
Actually, now heart operations are being done through AI (Artificial Intelligence). That's why now only those heart surgeons have work, who have acquired expertise in interventional cardiology (operations done through AI tools).
Where earlier a whole team of doctors was needed for heart surgery, now doctors alone can do the whole operation with the help of AI. This is the reason why the number of heart surgeons in Britain and America is not decreasing, but their work has decreased. In the coming times, only they will have work, who will be able to update themselves according to new technologies.
Retired heart surgeon Stephen Westby of John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford says – Interventional cardiology is very good for heart patients. In heart, brain and kidney operations, the longer the bypass time, the more the patient's risk increases. AI does this work in less time with less risk. The work of the doctors is over. Consultant surgeon Dinsar Aktuark says – In the next few years, traditional cardiac surgeons will be finished from the world.
Thomas Morris, the author of the book 'History of Heart Surgery', says - In 1970, the mortality rate in heart surgery had reached 25%. Due to AI, many things have become possible in the medical world, which was very difficult earlier, such as bariatric surgery for weight loss has become easy.
Many treatments for cancer are now possible. The surgery is still not easy but is now common. Coronary artery bypass surgery in Britain is more than 14 thousand every year and in America, it is more than 2 lakh.
Several studies have shown that medication and lifestyle changes are as effective in treating heart disease as stents or bypass surgery. Anthony Mathur, the cardiologist at Barts, says- Surgeons and cardiologists have a tendency to make full use of their training. That's why they always want to do the operation.
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