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Web design, Machine learning, training, decision trees, weka
The evolution of medicine in current times has gone hand in hand with technology where more and more solutions are implemented; those supporting certain medical procedures to serve as base in the field of medical professionals. The process of analyzing data has become an essential resource in the practice of any profession; currently, in hospitals, more specifically in the university hospital La Samaritana. No tool allows the supporting of diagnosis to determine the supply or no, proton pump inhibitors, therefore we have developed an app using a machine learning model, based on decision trees through the weka application, which, after analyzing the data collected, allows the doctor to count with a tool to support this procedure. We hope that with this, doctors can perform an effective analysis before prescribing or not prescribing PPIs.
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