IoT-Cloud-Based Health Care System Framework to Detect Breast Abnormality

  • Modepalli Kavitha
  • P. Venkata KrishnaEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1054)


Breast cancer is utmost widely recognized cause of demise in the women all through the world from most recent 65 eons. From medical insights, identification and correct treatment of tumor at early stage will increase the lifetime of patient. According to doctor’s perception, periodic breast self-examination will help the people to recognize the tumor symptoms at premature stage. But today people are highly educated toward technological revolution like smartphone and busy with their works. So, people expect non-ionic and inexpensive technological assistance for breast health monitoring. The quick technological connection amid wireless body area networks, Internet of things and cloud computing will bring innovative headway in the medicinal services by offering reasonable and quality patient consideration. Through this paper, we proposed IoT-cloud-based health care (ICHC) system framework for breast health monitoring. Using this framework, the breast cancer symptoms possible are to identify at the earliest.


Breast cancer Cloud computing Internet of Things Wireless Body Area Networks 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer ScienceSri Padmavathi Mahila VisvavidyalayamTirupatiIndia

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