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Title: Multiple Disease Risk Assessment With Uniform Model Based on Medical Clinical Notes
Authors: Xiaobo Shi;Ying Hu;Yin Zhang;Wei Li;Yixue Hao;Abdulhameed Alelaiwi;Sk Md Mizanur Rahman;M. Shamim Hossain
subject: text representation learning|Disease risk assessment|convolutional neural network|medical clinical notes
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Unstructured clinical medical text, as an important part of the electronic health records, is characterized by large quantities and can store substantial disease-related information of patients. Currently, the disease risk assessment model based on the analysis of clinical medical text designs relevant characteristics aiming at certain diseases, and different characteristics are identified from the text using different methods. In this way, changes of disease performance characteristics are difficult to adapt. Furthermore, it is hard to use the risk assessment model in other disease applications. As a result, this paper establishes the universal disease risk assessment model using the data of clinical medical text, conducts the independent study, and extracts disease characteristics from substantial historical data to avoid the limitations designing disease characteristics. First, this paper analyzes the medial clinical text to determine the contents related to the disease characteristics of patients. Second, learn the representation of clinical text with unsupervised learning methods, and study and extract the disease characteristics from the substantial historical data of patients in the convolutional neural network to assess disease risks. Finally, make a contrast experiment of disease risk assessment using the clinical text data of patients with cerebral infarction, patients with pulmonary infection, and patients with coronary atherosclerotic heart disease from the data of a second grade-A hospital in China and related methods. The experiments show that the approach proposed in this paper achieves the disease risk assessment for different diseases with the same structure.
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ISSN: 2169-3536
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Title: Multiple Disease Risk Assessment With Uniform Model Based on Medical Clinical Notes
Authors: Xiaobo Shi;Ying Hu;Yin Zhang;Wei Li;Yixue Hao;Abdulhameed Alelaiwi;Sk Md Mizanur Rahman;M. Shamim Hossain
subject: text representation learning|Disease risk assessment|convolutional neural network|medical clinical notes
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Unstructured clinical medical text, as an important part of the electronic health records, is characterized by large quantities and can store substantial disease-related information of patients. Currently, the disease risk assessment model based on the analysis of clinical medical text designs relevant characteristics aiming at certain diseases, and different characteristics are identified from the text using different methods. In this way, changes of disease performance characteristics are difficult to adapt. Furthermore, it is hard to use the risk assessment model in other disease applications. As a result, this paper establishes the universal disease risk assessment model using the data of clinical medical text, conducts the independent study, and extracts disease characteristics from substantial historical data to avoid the limitations designing disease characteristics. First, this paper analyzes the medial clinical text to determine the contents related to the disease characteristics of patients. Second, learn the representation of clinical text with unsupervised learning methods, and study and extract the disease characteristics from the substantial historical data of patients in the convolutional neural network to assess disease risks. Finally, make a contrast experiment of disease risk assessment using the clinical text data of patients with cerebral infarction, patients with pulmonary infection, and patients with coronary atherosclerotic heart disease from the data of a second grade-A hospital in China and related methods. The experiments show that the approach proposed in this paper achieves the disease risk assessment for different diseases with the same structure.
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URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/147674
ISSN: 2169-3536
volume: 4
More Information: 7074
7083
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Title: Multiple Disease Risk Assessment With Uniform Model Based on Medical Clinical Notes
Authors: Xiaobo Shi;Ying Hu;Yin Zhang;Wei Li;Yixue Hao;Abdulhameed Alelaiwi;Sk Md Mizanur Rahman;M. Shamim Hossain
subject: text representation learning|Disease risk assessment|convolutional neural network|medical clinical notes
Year: 2016
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Unstructured clinical medical text, as an important part of the electronic health records, is characterized by large quantities and can store substantial disease-related information of patients. Currently, the disease risk assessment model based on the analysis of clinical medical text designs relevant characteristics aiming at certain diseases, and different characteristics are identified from the text using different methods. In this way, changes of disease performance characteristics are difficult to adapt. Furthermore, it is hard to use the risk assessment model in other disease applications. As a result, this paper establishes the universal disease risk assessment model using the data of clinical medical text, conducts the independent study, and extracts disease characteristics from substantial historical data to avoid the limitations designing disease characteristics. First, this paper analyzes the medial clinical text to determine the contents related to the disease characteristics of patients. Second, learn the representation of clinical text with unsupervised learning methods, and study and extract the disease characteristics from the substantial historical data of patients in the convolutional neural network to assess disease risks. Finally, make a contrast experiment of disease risk assessment using the clinical text data of patients with cerebral infarction, patients with pulmonary infection, and patients with coronary atherosclerotic heart disease from the data of a second grade-A hospital in China and related methods. The experiments show that the approach proposed in this paper achieves the disease risk assessment for different diseases with the same structure.
Description: 
URI: http://localhost/handle/Hannan/147674
ISSN: 2169-3536
volume: 4
More Information: 7074
7083
Appears in Collections:2016

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