Artificial Intelligence Based Study on Analyzing of Habits and with History of Diseases of Patients for Prediction of Recurrence of Disease Due to COVID-19

  • Shawni Dutta
  • Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay
Keywords: Covid-19 Test Results, Prediction, Habits, Health Records, Deep Learning

Abstract

A patient will visit physicians when he/she feels ill. This illness is not for COVID-19 but it is a general tendency of human being to visit doctor probably it cannot be controlled by general drug. When a patient comes to a doctor, the doctor examines him/her after knowing his/her problem. The physician always asks him/her about some questions related to him/her daily life. For example, if a young male patient comes to a doctor with a symptom of fever and cough, the first question doctor asked him that he has a habit of smoking. Then doctor asks him whether this type of symptom appeared often to him previously or not. If the answers of both questions are yes, then the first one is habit and the second one is that he may suffering from some serious disease or a disease due to the weather. The aim of this paper is to consider habit of the patient as well as he/she has been affected by a critical disease. This information is used to build a model that will predict whether there is any possibility of his/her being affected by COVID-19.

This research work contributes to tackle the pandemic situation occurred due to Corona Virus Infectious Disease, 2019 (Covid-19). Outbreak of this disease happens based on numerous factors such as past health records and habits of patients. Health records include diabetes tendency, cardiovascular disease existence, pregnancy, asthma, hypertension, pneumonia; chronic renal disease may contribute to this disease occurrence. Past lifestyles such as tobacco, alcohol consumption may be analyzed.

A deep learning based framework is investigated to verify the relationship between past health records, habits of patients and covid-19 occurrence. A stacked Gated Recurrent Unit (GRU) based model is proposed in this paper that identifies whether a patient can be infected by this disease or not. The proposed predictive system is compared against existing benchmark Machine Learning classifiers such as Support Vector Machine (SVM) and Decision Tree (DT).

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Published
2020-08-31
How to Cite
Shawni Dutta, & Samir Kumar Bandyopadhyay. (2020). Artificial Intelligence Based Study on Analyzing of Habits and with History of Diseases of Patients for Prediction of Recurrence of Disease Due to COVID-19. International Journal of Engineering and Management Research, 10(4), 106-113. https://doi.org/10.31033/ijemr.10.4.16