Smart Health Predicting System Using Data Mining

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J. Manikandan
Mr. T. Muthusamy
Mrs. K. K. Kavitha

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An overview of the data mining techniques with its applications, medical, and educational aspects of Clinical Predictions. In medical and health care areas, due to regulations and due to the availability of computers, a large amount of data is becoming available. Such a large amount of data cannot be processed by humans in a short time to make diagnosis, and treatment schedules. A major objective is to evaluate datamining techniques in clinical and health care applications to develop accurate decisions. It also gives a detailed discussion of medical data mining techniques which can improve various aspects of Clinical Predictions. It is a new powerful technology which is of high interest incomputer world. It is a sub field of computer science that uses already existing data in different databases to transform it into new researches and results. It makes use of machine learning and database management to extract new patterns from large datasets and the knowledge associated with these patterns. The actual task is to extract data by automatic orsemi- automatic means. The different parameters included in data mining include clustering, forecasting, path analysis and predictive analysis. It might have happened so many times that you or someone yours need doctors help immediately, but they are not available due to some reason. The Health Prediction system is an end user support and online consultation project. Here we propose a system that allows users to get instant guidance on their health issues through an intelligent health care system online. The system is fed with various symptoms and the disease/illness associated with those systems. The system allows user to share their symptoms and issues. It then processes userssymptoms to check for various illness that could be associated with it. Here we use some intelligent data mining techniques to guess the most accurate illness that could be associated with patient’s symptoms. If the system is not able to provide suitable results, it informs the user about the type of disease or disorder it feels user’s symptoms are associated with. If users symptoms do not exactly match any disease in our database.

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