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Key Principles of Clinical Validation, Device Approval, and Insurance Coverage Decisions of Artificial Intelligence

Park SH, Choi J, Byeon JS

Artificial intelligence (AI) will likely affect various fields of medicine. This article aims to explain the fundamental principles of clinical validation, device approval, and insurance coverage decisions of AI algorithms...
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Key principles of clinical validation, device approval, and insurance coverage decisions of artificial intelligence

Park SH, Choi J, Byeon JS

Artificial intelligence (AI) will likely affect various fields of medicine. This article aims to explain the fundamental principles of clinical validation, device approval, and insurance coverage decisions of AI algorithms...
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Principles for evaluating the clinical implementation of novel digital healthcare devices

Park SH, Do KH, Choi JI, Sim JS, Yang DM, Eo H, Woo H, Lee JM, Jung SE, Oh JH

With growing interest in novel digital healthcare devices, such as artificial intelligence (AI) software for medical diagnosis and prediction, and their potential impacts on healthcare, discussions have taken place regarding...
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Development of New Endovascular Devices for Aneurysm Treatment

Jia ZY, Shi HB, Miyachi S, Hwang SM, Sheen JJ, Song YS, Kim JG, Lee DH, Suh DC

Since the first use of the Guglielmi detachable coil system for cerebral aneurysm embolization in 1990, various endovascular methods have been developed to treat large numbers of aneurysms. The main...
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Robotic Cholecystectomy Using the Newly Developed Korean Robotic Surgical System, Revo-i: A Preclinical Experiment in a Porcine Model

Kang CM, Chong JU, Lim JH, Park DW, Park SJ, Gim S, Ye HJ, Kim SH, Lee WJ

One Korean company recently successfully produced a robotic surgical system prototype called Revo-i (MSR-5000). We, therefore, conducted a preclinical study for robotic cholecystectomy using Revo-i, and this is a report...
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