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Fig. 1 | Annals of Intensive Care

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From: Data-driving methods: More than merely trendy buzzwords?

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Data-driven methods applications. A. Potential ICU dashboard. It will integrate multimodal sources of big data, leveraging on continuous monitoring information, personal omics data sets, public health-related databases, medical notes and prescribed treatments. Probably, future ICU physicians will have to confront their medical assessment to integrated omics-assisted clinical decision systems, to ultimately provide more efficient, individual-tailored and real-time patient care. B. Neuroprognostication for cardiac arrest survivors. Use of early brain MRI grey matter morphometric data-driven analysis, to assess one-year neurological outcome after cardiac arrest

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