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Artificial intelligence based health indicator extraction and disease symptoms identification using medical hypothesis models



doi: 10.1007/s10586-022-03697-x.


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L Sathish Kumar et al.


Cluster Comput.


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Abstract

Patient health record analysis models assist the medical field to understand the current stands and medical needs. Similarly, collecting and analyzing the disease features are the best practice for encouraging medical researchers to understand the research problems. Various research works evolve the way of medical data analysis schemes to know the actual challenges against the diseases. The computer-based diagnosis models and medical data analysis models are widely applied to have a better understanding of different diseases. Particularly, the field of medical electronics needs appropriate health indicator extraction models in near future. The existing medical schemes support baseline solutions but lack optimal hypothesis-based solutions. This work describes the optimal hypothesis model and Akin procedures for health record users, to aid health sectors in clinical decision-making on health indications. This work proposes Medical Hypothesis and Health Indicators Extraction from Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) patient examination database using the Akin Method and Friendship method. In this Health Indicators and Disease Symptoms Extraction (HIDSE), the evidence checking procedures find and collect all possible medical evidence from the existing patient examination report. Akin Method is making the hypothesis decision from count-based evidence principles. The health indicators extraction scheme extracts all relevant information based on the health indicators query and partial input. Similarly, the friendship method is used for making information associations between medical data attributes. This Akin-Friendship model helps to build hypothesis structures and trait-based feature extraction principles. This is called as Composite Akin Friendship Model (CAFM). This proposed model consists of various test cases for developing the medical hypothesis systems. On the other hand, it provides limited accuracy in disease classification. In this regard, the proposed HIDSE implements Deep Learning (DL) based Akin Friendship Method (DLAFM) for improving the accuracy of this medical hypothesis model. The proposed DLAFM, Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN) associated Legacy Prediction Model for Health Indicator (LPHI) is developed to tune the CAFM principles. The results show the proposed health indicator extraction scheme has 8-10% of better system performance than other existing techniques.


Keywords:

Artificial Intelligence; Convolutional Neural Networks; Deep Learning; Health Indicators; Medical Hypothesis.

Conflict of interest statement

Conflict of interestThe submitted work is unpublished and the authors confirm no conflict of interest associated with this.

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