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Facial Recognition and Mobile Based System for Patient Identification / Verification in Medical Emergencies for Developing Economies

@inproceedings{Nwosu2015FacialRA,
  title={Facial Recognition and Mobile Based System for Patient Identification / Verification in Medical Emergencies for Developing Economies},
  author={K. C. Nwosu and Okey A. Igbonagwam},
  year={2015}
}
Medical emergencies are part of the common daily lives of people in developing and under-developed economies. Frequently, some of these medical emergencies end up tragically for many people in these countries due to many reasons, one of which depends on the delivery of the medical treatment especially when the patient is uncommunicative or unresponsive. The ability of the attending medical personnel to access a patient’s medical history is critical for the quality of the treatment rendered… Expand
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