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I asked the recently released #GPT4 to give me prompts that would demonstrate the differences between #ChatGPT and GPT-4 for medical professionals.

I tested these with both engines and the differences are staggering.

Here are some examples it came up with:
1) Prompt 1 - Diagnosing a patient with ambiguous symptoms

ChatGPT: "A patient presents with fatigue, weight loss, and occasional dizziness. What are some possible causes for these symptoms?"
GPT-4: "A 45-year-old male patient presents with a 3-month history of progressive fatigue, unintentional weight loss of 15 pounds, and episodes of dizziness. Please provide a differential diagnosis and suggest relevant diagnostic tests."

2) Prompt 2 - Treatment recommendations
ChatGPT: "What are some common treatments for type 2 diabetes?"

GPT-4: "A 55-year-old female with a recent diagnosis of type 2 diabetes has an HbA1c level of 8.5%. Outline a comprehensive treatment plan, including lifestyle modifications, pharmacological options, and follow-up"
3) Prompt 3 - Patient education

ChatGPT: "Explain high blood pressure in simple terms."

GPT-4: "Create a patient-friendly educational handout on hypertension, including an overview of the condition, risk factors, symptoms, potential complications, and management strategies."
4) Prompt 4 - Reviewing medical research

ChatGPT: "Tell me about the benefits of exercise for mental health."

GPT-4: "Summarize recent research findings on the relationship between physical activity and mental health outcomes, including potential mechanisms & recommendations.
5) Prompt 5 - Clinical case scenario

ChatGPT: "Describe a patient with pneumonia."

GPT-4: "Create a detailed clinical case scenario involving a 65-year-old patient presenting with community-acquired pneumonia, including physical examination findings, test results, and treatment

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