Clinical Trials Logo

Clinical Trial Summary

This study examines the use of an AI-powered virtual assistant for quickly identifying and handling neurological emergencies, particularly in places with limited medical resources. The research aimed to check if this AI tool is safe and accurate enough to move on to more advanced testing stages. In a first-of-its-kind trial, the virtual assistant was tested with patients having urgent neurological issues. Neurologists first reviewed the AI's recommendations using clinical records and then assessed its performance directly with patients. The findings were as follows: neurologists agreed with the AI's decisions nearly all the time, and the AI outperformed earlier versions of Chat GPT in every tested aspect. Patients and doctors found the AI to be highly effective, rating it as excellent or very good in most cases. This suggests the AI could significantly enhance how quickly and accurately neurological emergencies are dealt with, although further trials are needed before it can be widely used.


Clinical Trial Description

Background and Objectives: Neurological emergencies pose significant challenges in medical care, especially in resource-limited countries. Artificial Intelligence (AI), particularly health chatbots, offers a promising solution. However, rigorous validation is required to ensure safety and accuracy. The objective of our work is to evaluate the diagnostic accuracy and resolution effectiveness of an AI-powered virtual assistant designed for the triage of emergency neurological pathologies, to ensure the minimum standard of safety that allows for the progression to successive validation tests. Methods: This Phase 1 trial evaluates the performance of an AI-powered virtual assistant for emergency neurological triage. Ten patients over 18 years old with urgent neurological pathologies were selected. In the first stage, nine neurologists assessed the safety of the virtual assistant using their clinical records. In the second part, the assistant's accuracy when used by patients was evaluated. Finally, its performance was compared with Chat GPT 3.5 and 4. ;


Study Design


Related Conditions & MeSH terms


NCT number NCT06334796
Study type Interventional
Source Fundación para la Lucha contra las Enfermedades Neurológicas de la Infancia
Contact
Status Completed
Phase Early Phase 1
Start date October 1, 2023
Completion date January 1, 2024

See also
  Status Clinical Trial Phase
Recruiting NCT04043052 - Mobile Technologies and Post-stroke Depression N/A
Suspended NCT03869138 - Alternative Therapies for Improving Physical Function in Individuals With Stroke N/A
Completed NCT04101695 - Hemodynamic Response of Anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Over the Cerebellar Hemisphere in Healthy Subjects N/A
Completed NCT04034069 - Effects of Priming Intermittent Theta Burst Stimulation on Upper Limb Motor Recovery After Stroke: A Randomized Controlled Trial N/A
Terminated NCT03052712 - Validation and Standardization of a Battery Evaluation of the Socio-emotional Functions in Various Neurological Pathologies N/A
Completed NCT00391378 - Cerebral Lesions and Outcome After Cardiac Surgery (CLOCS) N/A
Recruiting NCT06204744 - Home-based Arm and Hand Exercise Program for Stroke: A Multisite Trial N/A
Active, not recruiting NCT06043167 - Clinimetric Application of FOUR Scale as in Treatment and Rehabilitation of Patients With Acute Cerebral Injury
Enrolling by invitation NCT04535479 - Dry Needling for Spasticity in Stroke N/A
Completed NCT03985761 - Utilizing Gaming Mechanics to Optimize Telerehabilitation Adherence in Persons With Stroke N/A
Recruiting NCT00859885 - International PFO Consortium N/A
Recruiting NCT06034119 - Effects of Voluntary Adjustments During Walking in Participants Post-stroke N/A
Completed NCT03622411 - Tablet-based Aphasia Therapy in the Chronic Phase N/A
Completed NCT01662960 - Visual Feedback Therapy for Treating Individuals With Hemiparesis Following Stroke N/A
Recruiting NCT05854485 - Robot-Aided Assessment and Rehabilitation of Upper Extremity Function After Stroke N/A
Active, not recruiting NCT05520528 - Impact of Group Participation on Adults With Aphasia N/A
Active, not recruiting NCT03366129 - Blood-Brain Barrier Disruption in People With White Matter Hyperintensities Who Have Had a Stroke
Completed NCT05805748 - Serious Game Therapy in Neglect Patients N/A
Completed NCT03281590 - Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases Registry
Recruiting NCT05993221 - Deconstructing Post Stroke Hemiparesis