Using artificial neural networks for classifying ICU patient states
Van Gils, Mark, Jansen, H., Neiminen, K., Summers, R., and Weller, P.R. (1997) Using artificial neural networks for classifying ICU patient states. IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 16 (6). pp. 41-47.
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The rapid accurate diagnosis of critical disorders is an essential component of intensive care. Traditional diagnostic techniques have relied on physician experience, which is based on a data set chosen from his or her personal preferences, rather than from scientific merit. In this article, we aim to show that there are alternative methods of selecting clinical variables on which to base a diagnosis.
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