UCLA researchers have developed a method that analyzes data from patients undergoing surgery and treatment in the ICU and provides information regarding the optimal dosage of medications. By automating this process, anesthesiologists and critical care physicians can instead focus on other vital tasks and ensure better patient outcomes. In testing, this method has been proven to be able to adjust automatically to constantly changing factors and correctly respond to changes in patient conditions.
UCLA researchers from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and the Department of Anesthesiology have developed a method for artificial intelligence-guided control of anesthetics and other medications during surgery and in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
- Automated adjustments
- Works with current technology
- Faster responses to fluctuations
- Surgical procedures
- Dose responses for non-surgical patients
- Intensive Care Unit (ICU)
Name: UCLA Technology Development Group