Background: Predicting Post-Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography(ERCP) pancreatitis(PEP) risk can be determinant in reducing its incidence and managing patients appropriately, however studies conducted thus far have identified single-risk factors with standard statistical approaches and limited accuracy. Aim: To build and evaluate performances of machine learning(ML) models to predict PEP probability and identify relevant features. Methods: A proof-of-concept study was performed on ML application on an international, multicenter, prospective cohort of ERCP patients. Data were split in training and test set, models used were gradient boosting(GB) and logistic regression(LR). A 10-split random cross-validation(CV) was applied on the training set to optimize parameters to obtain the best mean Area Under Curve(AUC). The model was re-trained on the whole training set with the best parameters and applied on test set. Shapley-Additive-exPlanation(SHAP) approach was applied to break down the model and clarify features impact. Results: One thousand one hundred and fifty patients were included, 6.1% developed PEP. GB model outperformed LR with AUC in CV of 0.7 vs 0.585(p-value=0.012). GB AUC in test was 0.671. Most relevant features for PEP prediction were: bilirubin, age, body mass index, procedure time, previous sphincterotomy, alcohol units/day, cannulation attempts, gender, gallstones, use of Ringer's solution and periprocedural NSAIDs. Conclusion: In PEP prediction, GB significantly outperformed LR model and identified new clinical features relevant for the risk, most being pre-procedural.

Machine learning for the prediction of post-ERCP Pancreatitis risk: A proof-of-concept study / Archibugi, Livia; Ciarfaglia, Gianmarco; Cárdenas-Jaén, Karina; Poropat, Goran; Korpela, Taija; Maisonneuve, Patrick; Aparicio, José R; Casellas, Juan Antonio; Arcidiacono, Paolo Giorgio; Mariani, Alberto; Stimac, Davor; Hauser, Goran; Udd, Marianne; Kylänpää, Leena; Rainio, Mia; Di Giulio, Emilio; Vanella, Giuseppe; Lohr, Johannes Matthias; Valente, Roberto; Arnelo, Urban; Fagerstrom, Niklas; De Pretis, Nicolò; Gabbrielli, Armando; Brozzi, Lorenzo; Capurso, Gabriele; de-Madaria, Enrique. - In: DIGESTIVE AND LIVER DISEASE. - ISSN 1590-8658. - (2022). [Epub ahead of print] [10.1016/j.dld.2022.10.005]

Machine learning for the prediction of post-ERCP Pancreatitis risk: A proof-of-concept study

Archibugi, Livia;Arcidiacono, Paolo Giorgio;Vanella, Giuseppe;Capurso, Gabriele;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Background: Predicting Post-Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography(ERCP) pancreatitis(PEP) risk can be determinant in reducing its incidence and managing patients appropriately, however studies conducted thus far have identified single-risk factors with standard statistical approaches and limited accuracy. Aim: To build and evaluate performances of machine learning(ML) models to predict PEP probability and identify relevant features. Methods: A proof-of-concept study was performed on ML application on an international, multicenter, prospective cohort of ERCP patients. Data were split in training and test set, models used were gradient boosting(GB) and logistic regression(LR). A 10-split random cross-validation(CV) was applied on the training set to optimize parameters to obtain the best mean Area Under Curve(AUC). The model was re-trained on the whole training set with the best parameters and applied on test set. Shapley-Additive-exPlanation(SHAP) approach was applied to break down the model and clarify features impact. Results: One thousand one hundred and fifty patients were included, 6.1% developed PEP. GB model outperformed LR with AUC in CV of 0.7 vs 0.585(p-value=0.012). GB AUC in test was 0.671. Most relevant features for PEP prediction were: bilirubin, age, body mass index, procedure time, previous sphincterotomy, alcohol units/day, cannulation attempts, gender, gallstones, use of Ringer's solution and periprocedural NSAIDs. Conclusion: In PEP prediction, GB significantly outperformed LR model and identified new clinical features relevant for the risk, most being pre-procedural.
2022
Artificial intelligence
ERCP
Machine learning
Pancreatitis
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