The prenatal detection rates of fetal heart defects have remained low despite the implementation of national and international screening programs. The detection rates in the low-risk population range from 22.5% to 52.8%. Promising approaches for improved detection rates could include automated applications of artificial intelligence (AI). With reference to novel and already established AI solutions from adult cardiology, this review discusses the possibilities and limitations of AI algorithms for fetal echocardiography.
Research Areas and Centers
- Centers: Center for Artificial Intelligence Luebeck (ZKIL)