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ABSTRACT

This research work deals with patient diagnosis system. Chapter one is an introduction to the project to describe what the project entails. It discusses the problems in the existing system. Also described in chapter one are the aim, the objectives, the significance and the limitation of the study.

Chapter two is the literature review of the project which contain diverse research and scholarly articles written of this project while chapter three describes the method of data collection, system analysis and design and improvement on the proposed system.

Chapter four describes the implementation and result of the project and lastly, chapter five gives the summary, conclusion and recommendation.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE                                                                                                       i

CERTIFICATION                                                                                                ii

DEDICATION                                                                                           iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT                                                                                    iv

ABSTRACT                                                                                                        v

TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                     vi

LIST OF TABLES                                                                                               vii

LIST OF FIGURES                                                                                               viii

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY                                                           1

1.2     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM                                                          1

1.3     SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY                                                            2

1.4     AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY                                                       2

1.5     METHODOLOGY                                                                                     2

1.6     SCOPE OF THE STUDY                                                                          2

1.7     LIMITATION OF THE STUDY                                                                3

1.8     DEFINITION OF TERMS                                                                         3

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

2.0     INTRODUCTION                                                                                      4

2.1     DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM                                                                    5

2.2     WHO ARE PATIENT                                                                      5

2.3     HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM                                                   9

2.4     EXISTING DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM                                                           11

2.5     IMPORTANT OF DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM                                                13

2.6     STRUCTURE OF TYPICAL DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM                               14

2.7     HISTORY OF HIS GLORY HOSPITAL                                                   15

2.8     ORGANOGRAM OF HIS GLORY HOSPITAL                                        16

CHAPTER THREE: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

3.0     INTRODUCTION                                                                                      10

3.1     ANALYSIS OF THE EXISTING SYSTEM                                                        10

3.2     OVERVIEW OF THE PROPOSED SYSTEM                                           10

3.3     METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION                                                        11

3.4     SYSTEM DESIGN                                                                                     12

3.4.1  FLOWCHART                                                                                  12

3.4.2  ER-DIAGRAM                                                                                 15

3.5     DATABASE STRUCTURE                                                                       15

3.5.1  INPUT STRUCTURE                                                                      15

3.5.2  OUTPUT STRUCTURE                                                                            17

CHAPTER FOUR:        SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTTION

4.0     INTRODUCTION                                                                                      19

4.1     CHOICE OF PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE                                          19

4.2     SYSTEM REQUIREMENT AND SPECIFICATION                                19

4.2.1  HARDWARE REQUIREMENT                                                                19

4.2.2  SOFTWARE REQUIRMENT                                                          19

4.3     RESULT INTERFACE                                                                     20

4.4     SYSTEM TESTING AND IMPLEMENTATION                                               23

4.4.1  SYSTEM TESTING                                                                                   23

4.4.2  IMPLEMENTATION                                                                                 24

4.5     DESCRIPTION OF FINDINGS                                                                 25

4.6     SYSTEM DOCUMENTATION AND MAINTENANCE                                    25

4.6.1  HOW TO LOAD THE SOFTWARE                                                                   25

4.6.2  HOW TO RUN THE SOFTWARE                                                            25

4.6.3  THE PLATFORM                                                                                      25

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, CONCLUTION AND RECOMMENDATION

5.1     SUMMARY                                                                                               26

5.2     RECOMMENDATION                                                                    26

5.3     CONCLUSION                                                                                 27

REFRENCES                                                                                             28

APPENDICES

 

LIST OF TABLES

Table 3.1: Birth                                                                                          17

Table 3.2: Death                                                                                         17

Table 3.3: Patient                                                                                       17

Table 4.1: Login Test                                                                                           23

Table 4.2: Information Registration                                                                     24

Table 4.3: Query Test                                                                                          24

 

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 2.1: Organogram of His Glory Hospital                                                    9

Figure 3.1: Splash Screen                                                                                     12

Figure 3.2: Login                                                                                        12

Figure 3.3: Menu                                                                                        14

Figure 3.4: ER Diagram                                                                              15

Figure 3.5: Input Structure for Patient Information Registration                                   16

Figure 3.6: Input Structure for Birth Registration                                                         16

Figure 3.7: Input Structure for Ailments Data Capture                                       17

Figure 4.1: Splash Screen                                                                                     20

Figure 4.2: Login                                                                                        21

Figure 4.3: Patient Records                                                                                  21

Figure 4.4: Birth Records                                                                                     23

Figure 4.5: Death Records

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

  • BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Patient diagnosis is to the process of attempting to determine or identifying a possible disease or disorder to the opinion reached by this process. A diagnosis in the sense of diagnostic procedure can be regarded as an attempt at classifying an individual’s health condition into separate and distinct categories that allow medical decisions about treatment to be made. Subsequently, a diagnostic opinion is often described in terms of a disease or other conditions.

In the medical diagnostic system procedures, of the disease or conditions of interest, that is, what caused the disease or condition and its origin is not entirely necessary. Such elucidation can be useful to optimize treatment, further preventing recurrence of the disease or condition in the future.

Patient Diagnosis Systems (PDS) are interactive computer programs designed to assist healthcare professionals with record handling, information management and decision making skills. The clinician interacts with the software utilizing both the clinician’s knowledge and the software to make a better analysis of the patient’s data than neither humans nor software could make on their own.
Typically, the system makes suggestions for the clinician to look through and the he picks useful information and removes erroneous suggestions.

Computer Aided Diagnostic systems were first developed in the 1950s and were based on production rules and decision frames (Engelmore & Morgan, 1988). More complex systems were later developed, including blackboard systems (Engelmore & Morgan, 1988) to extract a decision, and artificial neural networks (ANNs). Recently, a number of CAD systems have been implemented to address a number of diagnostic problems.

 

1.2     STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

In every health organization, they encounter numerous problems.  An organization encounter problem in the area of documentation which includes misplacement of vital information or cases as a result of the services that are available or rendered when it is needed duplications of effort due to inconsistency in activities and a lot of time is taken in search of file or reported cases when it is needed for processing.

Since it is actually this problem that is discovered that promoted for the design and implementation of a computerized patient diagnosis model to enable the organization to work more effectively

 

1.3     SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

Its significance is in its ability to provide proper handling of files and records in the hospital and enabling the clinicians make proper reports on births, deaths and diagnosis of patient. This promotes better patient care by enhancing collaboration between clinicians and patient because loss of information is prevented and voluminous paper works is being reduced.

 

1.4     AIM AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The aim of this research work is to design a patient diagnostic application, capable of solving the already listed problems for His Glory Hospitals.

The objectives of the system are-

  1. To develop modern interactive software that will aid clinicians in handling of records.
  2. To design a system that will be used in detecting problems that pose obstacle with a view of modifying the operations and developing a new computerized system that will be more efficient and accurate such as in the area of misplacement of vital documents a computer will be used to record store and retrieval of large volume of documents.
  • To enable easy retrieval and access to birth, death and patient diagnostics information
  1. To reduce the duplications of efforts due to inconsistency in activities and time that is taken in search of file when it is required for processing
  2. To setup efficient database system.

 

1.5     METHODOLOGY

The research work will adopt the use of Microsoft Visual C#, as the programming tools and Microsoft SQL, as the database.

 

1.6     SCOPE OF THE STUDY

This study is specifically concerned with the computerized patient diagnosis model.  Although many activities are being performed in a hospital, this work is therefore concerned with patient diagnosis.

 

1.7     LIMITATION OF THE STUDY

This research work will be limited to patient record, birth record, death record and diagnosing patient modules respectively.

 

1.8     DEFINITION OF TERMS

Here, the researcher shall try as much as possible to explain certain technical terms used during the course of his study.

Patient: A person or animal who receives treatment from a doctor or other medically educated person.

Diagnosis: The identification of the nature and the cause of an illness

Symptoms: A perceived change in some function, sensation or appearance of a person that indicates a disease or disorder such as fever, headache or rash.

Birth:         The process of childbearing; the beginning of life.

Death: The cessation of life and all associated processes; the end of an organism’s existence as an entity independent from its environment and its return to an inert, nonliving state.

Computerized: Functioning upon or through the medium of computers; digital.

 

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