Representation learning in intraoperative vital signs for heart failure risk prediction

Yuwen Chen, Baolian Qi
2019 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
The probability of heart failure during the perioperative period is 2% on average and it is as high as 17% when accompanied by cardiovascular diseases in China. It has been the most significant cause of postoperative death of patients. However, the patient is managed by the flow of information during the operation, but a lot of clinical information can make it difficult for medical staff to identify the information relevant to patient care. There are major practical and technical barriers to understand perioperative complications.
doi:10.1186/s12911-019-0978-6 pmid:31818298 pmcid:PMC6902523 fatcat:nkenjnnbzvg6vpospuhxiskwoq