JCM, Vol. 11, Pages 82: Computational Simulator Models and Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring as Tools for Precision Medicine in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

Journal of Clinical Medicine doi: 10.3390/jcm11010082

Giovanna Manzi
Cristiano Miotti
Marco Valerio Mariani
Silvia Papa
Federico Luongo
Gianmarco Scoccia
Beatrice De Lazzari
Claudio De Lazzari
Raymond L. Benza
Francesco Fedele
Carmine Dario Vizza
Roberto Badagliacca

Precision medicine, providing the right therapeutic strategy for the right patient, could revolutionize management and prognosis of patients affected by cardiovascular diseases. Big data and artificial intelligence are pivotal for the realization of this ambitious design. In the setting of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH), the use of computational models and data derived from ambulatory implantable hemodynamic monitors could provide useful information for tailored treatment, as requested by precision medicine.

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