Researchers at UCLA are cautiously optimistic about recent studies that are attempting to determine if doctors can minimize the risk of complications for traumatic brain injury (TBI) victims, according to the technology news publication VR-Zone. Scientists hope that by analyzing massive amounts of data, an advanced IBM-developed computer system will guide doctors and physicians with preventative care.
The computer will analyze data such as pulse, heart rate activity and respiration. Analyzing neurotic measures and predicting complications is extremely complex, and the assistance of this computer may help to bridge the gap for doctors to fully understand why such complications occur.
“The field of big data analytics is evolving to include new kinds of data from sources such as medical monitors, giving us insights into patients that weren’t previously possible,” said Dr. Martin Kohn, chief medical scientist for IBM. “We believe that UCLA’s promising research may one day transform the way that doctors and nurses interact with patients inside the neuro-intensive care unit.”
This technology sounds promising and it could be a valuable asset to TBI researchers. Please contact our firm for a free consultation if your or a loved one sustained a TBI as a result of another party’s negligence. TBIs can require significant long-term expenses, and our San Diego injury attorney may be able to help you obtain compensation for lost wages, medical bills and/or pain and suffering.
Tip of the week: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 1 million Americans are injured annually from slip and fall accidents. Slip and falls are the leading cause of TBI, and you should ensure that your home and workplace is secure and clean to help prevent slip and fall injuries.
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