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Ontology Development for Type II Diabetes Mellitus Clinical Support System

  title={Ontology Development for Type II Diabetes Mellitus Clinical Support System},
  author={N. Chalortham and M. Buranarach and T. Supnithi},
Diabetes mellitus becomes a serious problem in most countries. A continuous plan and management for DM patients to control the blood glucose level and to monitor progress of DM’s complications becomes an important issue. We proposed an ontology-based development for clinical information system which enables health providers who are non-experts in Diabetes disease can suggest patients the essential activities for improving life quality and achieving goals of DM treatment. In this paper, we… Expand

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