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ORIGINAL ARTICLE
Year : 2022  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 389-393

Bibliometric analyses of applications of artificial intelligence on tuberculosis


1 Department of Academic, Grupo Peruano De Investigación Epidemiológica, Unidad Para La Generación Y Síntesis De Evidencias En Salud, Universidad San Ignacio De Loyola; Department of Academic, Sociedad Científica De San Fernando, Lima, Perú
2 Department of Academic, Sociedad Científica De San Fernando; Department of Academic, Faculty of Medicine, Universidad Nacional Mayor De San Marcos, Lima, Perú
3 Department of Academic, Research Direction, Universidad Privada Del Norte, Lima, Perú
4 Department of Academic, Universidad Nacional Mayor De San Marcos, Lima, Perú
5 Department of Posgraduate, Vicerrectorado De Investigación, Universidad San Ignacio De Loyola, Lima, Perú

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Frank Mayta-Tovalino
Universidad San Ignacio De Loyola, Av. La Fontana 550, La Molina 15024, La Molina
Perú
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Source of Support: None, Conflict of Interest: None


DOI: 10.4103/ijmy.ijmy_134_22

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Background: Tuberculosis is one of the leading causes of death worldwide affecting mainly low- and middle-income countries. Therefore, the objective is to analyze the bibliometric characteristics of the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in tuberculosis in Scopus. Methods: A bibliometric study, the Scopus database was used using a search strategy composed of controlled and free terms regarding tuberculosis and AI. The search fields “TITLE,” “ABSTRACT,” and “AUTHKEY” were used to find the terms. The collected data were analyzed with Scival software. Bibliometric data were described through the figures and tables summarized by absolute values and percentages. Results: Thousand and forty-one documents were collected and analyzed. Yudong Zhang was the author with the highest scientific production; however, K. C. Santosh had the greatest impact. Anna University (India) was the institution with the highest number of published papers. Most papers were published in the first quartile. The United States led the scientific production. Articles with international collaboration had the highest impact. Conclusion: Articles related to tuberculosis and AI are mostly published in first quartile journals, which would reflect the need and interest worldwide. Although countries with a high incidence of new cases of tuberculosis are among the most productive, those with the highest reported drug resistance need greater support and collaboration.


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