This is a discussion between two cardiologists, Doctor Warrick Bishop and Doctor Rossano, about developments in their field over their careers. They spoke about how technology has advanced cardiology, from improvements in imaging like ultrasound, MRI, and CT scans, to advances in treatments such as stents, gene therapies, and stem cell therapies.
Doctor Warrick Bishop joined Amar Grewal and brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise in this discussion.
Have you been hearing a bit about people using artificial intelligence in their work? It seems like science fiction.Dr. Warrick Bishop, a cardiologist in Hobart, created an AI chatbot for his website that can answer heart health questions based on his knowledge base. The chatbot was created by his business partner and sources information only from Warrick's own knowledge rather than the entire web. The chatbot was able to provide an accurate answer to a question about the benefits of saunas for heart health.Warrick believes AI chatbots like this could be useful for many community groups by providing quick answers to common questions. However, privacy and data security are important concerns when using medical AI tools. Warrick was recently part of a delegation raising awareness about cardiac failure which affects about half a million Australians.
More than 500,000 Australians are currently living with heart failure, with many more potentially undiagnosed. A new Australian-first guide is being launched which aims to raise awareness around the condition. But what is heart failure and what are some of the key signs and symptoms to look out for?
St Lukes Health has partnered with the Healthy Heart Network in an effort to combat heart disease in Tasmania, launching a new pilot study.
Foremost preventative cardiologist Dr Warrick Bishop joins Dave to discuss Heart Scans and why they are important.
It has been a long-known fact that cardiovascular disease and heart attack is and still remains the biggest killer of both men and women across the country, and that 25% of these affect people younger than 65 years of age is astounding. Especially, when an estimated 80% of these heart attacks are preventable.
Renowned preventative cardiologist Dr Warrick Bishop chats with The Fitness Industry Podcast’s Oliver Kitchingman about why early risk detection is critical in the prevention of heart attack - and how fitness professionals can help clients identify and manage their risk in order to live as well as possible, for as long as possible.
“50% of what you learn in medical school will turn out to be either outdated or dead wrong within 5 years of your graduation. The trouble is no one can tell you which half. So, you have to learn to learn on your own.”
Cardiologist and Bestselling Author Dr Warrick Bishop chats to Alex Tyson of Finding Space about reducing your future health risk, the link between genetic and lifestyle factors and how you can be proactive with your health.