Clinical Assessment for Deep Vein Thrombosis Using Support Vector Machines: a Description of a Clinical Assessment and Compression Ultrasonography Journaling System for Deep Vein Thrombosis Using Support Vector Machines (Computer/Biomedical Project)

This project describes a journaling system for compression ultrasonography and a clinical assessment system for deep vein thrombosis (DVT). We evaluate Support Vector Machines (SVM) models with linear and radial basis function-kernels for predicting deep vein thrombosis, and for facilitating creation of new clinical DVT assessment. Data from 159 patients was analysed, with our dataset, wells Score with a high […]

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Detection of Malarial Parasite in Blood using Image Processing

This paper reviews image analysis studies aiming at automated diagnosis or screening of malaria infection in microscope images of thin blood film smears. Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease of humans and other animals caused by parasites (a type of microorganism) of the genus Plasmodium. Infection is initiated by a bite from an infected female mosquito, which introduces the parasites […]

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A Low Cost Optical Sensor Based Heart Rate Monitoring System

Heart rate exhibiting direct proportional characteristics with change in blood volume during heart  beats can be measured by modeling an analog and digital manipulation scheme. A model of a single Microcontroller chip based heart beat counter, capable of data storage and suitable for remote communication via Bluetooth, would be designed and implemented and checked for contrast with a commercial heart […]

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Microcontroller based Wireless Temperature and Heart Beat Read-out

In this paper, we propose a Simple Wireless transmission System using common approach Sensor Platform called The wireless based Patient Sensor platform (WSP, Sensor Node) which has remote access capability. The goals of the WSP are to establish: Standard sensor node (System on module),  a common software. The proposed platform architecture (Sensor Node) offers flexibility, easy customization for different vital […]

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On Line Real Time Health Monitoring of ICU Patients using ARM7

Care of critically ill patient requires prompt & accurate decisions so that life-protecting & lifesaving therapy can be properly applied. Because of these requirements, ICUs have become widely established in hospitals. Difficulty found in most hospitals is that Expert has to frequently visit the patient & asses his/her condition by measuring different parameters. These systems works when there is any […]

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Multi-label Classification Methods for Green Computing and Application for Mobile Medical Recommendations (IEEE Computer Project)

With the explosive development of communication technologies, more customer friendly services have been designed for the next generation of cellular technology, that is, fifth-generation (5G) communication. However, such services require more computing resources and energy. Thus, the development of green and energy-efficient 5G application systems has become an important topic in communications. In this paper, we focus on high-performance multi-label […]

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Brain Recorder

Electroencephalography (EEG) is the recording of electrical activity along the scalp. Our mind regulates its activities by means of electric waves which are registered in the brain, emitting tiny electrochemical impulses of varied frequencies, which can be registered by an electroencephalogram. These “brainwave” frequencies are split into different bands. There is ongoing research that attempts to correlate the frequencies in […]

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Development of Optimal Photosensors Based Heart Pulse Detector

The development of heart pulse instruments rapidly fast in market since 21st century. However, the  heart pulse detector is expensive due to the complicated system and it is used widely only in hospitals and clinics. The project is targeting to develop a significant photosensor to the medical fields that is easy to use and monitor their health by the user […]

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Strategic Placing of Field Hospitals Using Spatial Analysis (Civil Project)

Humanitarian help organisations today may benefit on improving their location analysis when placing field hospitals in countries hit by a disasters or catastrophe. The main objective of this study is to develop and evaluate a spatial decision support method for strategic placing of field hospitals for two time perspectives, long term (months) and short term (weeks). Specifically, the possibility of […]

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Design and evaluation of a Capacitively Coupled Sensor Readout Circuit, toward contact-less ECG and EEG (Electronics Project)

In modern medicine, the measurement of electrophysiological signals play a key role in health monitoring and diagnostics. Electrical activity originating from our nerve and muscle cells conveys real-time information about our current health state. The two most common and actively used techniques for measuring such signals are electrocardiography (ECG) and electroencephalography (EEG). These signals are very weak, reaching from a […]

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