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A Robust Decision Support System for Wireless Healthcare Based on Hybrid Prediction Algorithm

  • Neelam Sanjeev KumarEmail author
  • P. Nirmalkumar
Mobile & Wireless Health
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  1. Wearable Computing Techniques for Smart Health

Abstract

Analysis of healthcare data becomes a tedious task as large volume of unlabelled information is generated. In this article, an algorithm is proposed to reduce the complexity involved in analysis of healthcare data. The proposed algorithm predicts the health status of elderly from the data collected at health centres by utilizing PCA (principle component analysis) and SVM (support vector machine) algorithms. The performance of proposed algorithm is assessed by comparing it with well-known methods like quadratic Discriminant, linear Discriminant, logistic regression, KNN weighted and SVM medium Gaussian using F-measure. At that point, the pre-prepared information is subjected to the dimensionality decrease process by playing out the Feature Selection errand. So, chosen component analysis are investigated by the proposed work SVM-based enhanced recursive element determination, and its precision is assessed and contrasted with the other customary classifiers, for example, quadratic Discriminant, Linear Discriminant, Logistic Regression, KNN Weighted and SVM Medium Gaussian. Here, we built up a shrewd versatile information module for the remote procurement and transmission of EHR (Electronic Health Record) chronicles, together with an online watcher for showing the EHR datasets on a PC, advanced cell or tablet. So as to characterize the highlights required by clients, we demonstrated the elderly checking system in home and healing facility settings. Utilizing this data, we built up a portable information exchange module in light of a Raspberry Pi.

Keywords

Machine learning SVM PCA EHR Healthcare Elderly 

Notes

Acknowledgments

Data are collected from medical records department of Thanjavur medical college after approval of institute ethical committee. We Thank Dr. L. Mageshwaran MD., Assistant professor, Department of Pharmacology, Thanjavur Medical college, Tamil Nadu for his continuous support and Guidance.

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Conflict of Interest. The authors have no conflict of Interest.

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Animal were not involved.

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This article does not contain any studied with human participants performed by any of the author.

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This Article does not contain any studies with human participants or animals performed by any of the author.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Electronics and Communication EngineeringAnna UniversityChennaiIndia

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