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Journal Article

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Heart, Lung and Circulation




School of Science




This is an Authors Accepted Manuscript version of an article published by Elsevier in Heart, Lung and Circulation. The published version is available at:

Jaltotage, B., Ihdayhid, A. R., Lan, N. S. R., Pathan, F., Patel, S., Arnott, C., . . . Dwivedi, G. (2023). Artificial intelligence in cardiology: An Australian perspective. Heart, Lung and Circulation, 32(8), 894-904.


Significant advances have been made in artificial intelligence technology in recent years. Many health care applications have been investigated to assist clinicians and the technology is close to being integrated into routine clinical practice. The high prevalence of cardiac disease in Australia places overwhelming demands on the existing health care system, challenging its capacity to provide quality patient care. Artificial intelligence has emerged as a promising solution. This discussion paper provides an Australian perspective on the current state of artificial intelligence in cardiology, including the benefits and challenges of implementation. This paper highlights some current artificial intelligence applications in cardiology, while also detailing challenges such as data privacy, ethical considerations, and integration within existing health infrastructures. Overall, this paper aims to provide insights into the potential benefits of artificial intelligence in cardiology, while also acknowledging the barriers that need to be addressed to ensure safe and effective implementation into an Australian health system.



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