Three Unique Models for Every Healthcare Need
Kai Patient: Designed for patients seeking general information about heart surgery, including what to expect, how to prepare, and understanding risks and benefits. Kai Patient provides reliable, personalized information based on your condition and preferences.
Kai Clinician (beta): Tailored for healthcare professionals seeking clinical information related to medical and surgical diseases, such as diagnosis, treatment, guidelines, and best practices. Access the latest evidence and expert opinions from reputable sources and peers with Kai Clinician.
Kai Scientist (beta): Crafted for researchers inquiring about scientific or translational questions in health sciences, such as literature reviews, data analysis, grant writing, and collaboration. Kai Scientist assists in finding relevant, high-quality information and resources for your research projects.
The future is now.
Imagine a world without heart disease, cancer, or COVID-19. Although that may never be entirely possible, our mission at Khalpey AI Lab is using cutting-edge tools such as AI and machine learning to level the healthcare playing field for patients across the globe. Our project collaborations involve partners in academia, government, and the private sector.
A smarter tomorrow.
While standing on the forefront of medical technology, our research is helping to create a more intelligent tomorrow by elevating patient data collection and analysis to a whole new level. With one eye on the future, our innovative tools are helping healthcare professionals make better- informed medical decisions and even predict and prevent adverse patient events before they occur.
Our Latest Research and Projects
Accepted for Publication: September 29, 2020
Expert Consensus Paper: Lateral Thoracotomy for Centrifugal Ventricular Assist Device Implant
Accepted for Publication: November 19, 2019
Continuous-Flow Left Ventricular Assist Devices and Valvular Heart Disease: A Comprehensive Review
Accepted for Publication: March 19, 2019
Fluid type influences acute hydration and muscle performance recovery in human subjects
Accepted for Publication: February 4, 2019
Device Thrombogenicity Emulation: An In Silico Predictor of In Vitro and In Vivo Ventricular Assist Device Thrombogenicity
Accepted for Publication: July 30, 2018
Is There a Role for Cancer-Directed Surgery in Early-Stage Sarcomatoid or Biphasic Mesothelioma?
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