4 An Expert System to Implement Symptom Analysis in Healthcare

4An Expert System to Implement Symptom Analysis in Healthcare

Subhasish Mohapatra1* and Kunal Anand2

1Department of CSE, ADAMAS University, Kolkata, India

2School of Computer Engineering, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India


An expert model can highlight the clinical decision for patients that need accurate, timely, and up-to-date healthcare information, effectively. In this paper, the authors try to construct a use case that collects information from a variety of sources. It showcases objects, situations, in semantic use case domain. Unified Modeling Language (UML) emphasizes on software construction and OWL (web ontology language) formalizes knowledge representation about any system before development. The promotion of an expert model needs the digital competencies of a healthcare professional at a remote hospital. Recent reviews regarding healthcare show that in remote areas people are still dying because of the lack of timely health care facilities. The mortality rate is still high among infants and pregnant women. Because of lack of human expert in a remote area, paramedical workers run certain hospitals. They cannot predict symptoms of some disease because of lack of sufficient knowledge and proper training. An expert system assists the patient at the point of contact. The knowledge base for symptoms, collected from patient end, continues to be observed regularly. UML is a powerful technique ...

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