The primary objective of this study is to compare the accuracy of two risk models, International Heart Transplantation Survival Algorithm (IHTSA), developed using deep learning technique, and Index for Mortality Prediction After Cardiac Transplantation (IMPACT), to predict survival after heart transplantation. Data from adult heart transplanted patients between January 1997 to December 2011 were collected from the UNOS registry. The study included 27,860 heart transplantations, corresponding to 27,705 patients. The study cohorts were divided into patients transplanted before 2009 (derivation cohort) and from 2009 (test cohort). The receiver operating characteristic (ROC) values, for the validation cohort, computed for one-year mortality, were 0.654 (95% CI: 0.629–0.679) for IHTSA and 0.608 (0.583–0.634) for the IMPACT model. The discrimination reached a C-index for long-term survival of 0.627 (0.608–0.646) for IHTSA, compared with 0.584 (0.564–0.605) for the IMPACT model. These figures correspond to an error reduction of 12% for ROC and 10% for C-index by using deep learning technique. The predicted one-year mortality rates for were 12% and 22% for IHTSA and IMPACT, respectively, versus an actual mortality rate of 10%. The IHTSA model showed superior discriminatory power to predict one-year mortality and survival over time after heart transplantation compared to the IMPACT model.
|Article number||3613 |
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2018 Feb 26|
Kalle Åström, Jacek Malec, Stefan Larsson, Mattias Ohlsson, Christian Balkenius, Anamaria Dutceac Segesten, Jutta Haider, Robert Willim, Jonas Ledendal, Sonja Aits, Maria Hedlund, Jonas Wisbrant, Einar Heiberg, Elin Anna Topp, Jörn Janneck, Marcus Klang, Ingar Brinck, Olof Sundin & Eva Westin
2018/01/01 → …
Project: Network › Interdisciplinary research, Internal collaboration (LU)
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