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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin (författare)
  • A case-based multi-modal clinical system for stress management
  • 2010
  • Licentiatavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • A difficult issue in stress management is to use biomedical sensor signal in the diagnosis and treatment of stress. Clinicians often make their diagnosis and decision based on manual inspection of physiological signals such as, ECG, heart rate, finger temperature etc. However, the complexity associated with manual analysis and interpretation of the signals makes it difficult even for experienced clinicians. Today the diagnosis and decision is largely dependent on how experienced the clinician is interpreting the measurements.  A computer-aided decision support system for diagnosis and treatment of stress would enable a more objective and consistent diagnosis and decisions.A challenge in the field of medicine is the accuracy of the system, it is essential that the clinician is able to judge the accuracy of the suggested solutions. Case-based reasoning systems for medical applications are increasingly multi-purpose and multi-modal, using a variety of different methods and techniques to meet the challenges of the medical domain. This research work covers the development of an intelligent clinical decision support system for diagnosis, classification and treatment in stress management. The system uses a finger temperature sensor and the variation in the finger temperature is one of the key features in the system. Several artificial intelligence techniques have been investigated to enable a more reliable and efficient diagnosis and treatment of stress such as case-based reasoning, textual information retrieval, rule-based reasoning, and fuzzy logic. Functionalities and the performance of the system have been validated by implementing a research prototype based on close collaboration with an expert in stress. The case base of the implemented system has been initiated with 53 reference cases classified by an experienced clinician. A case study also shows that the system provides results close to a human expert. The experimental results suggest that such a system is valuable both for less experienced clinicians and for experts where the system may function as a second option.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, et al. (författare)
  • A Case-Based Reasoning System for Knowledge and Experience Reuse
  • 2007
  • Ingår i: Proceedings of the 24th annual workshop of the Swedish Artificial Intelligence Society, Boras, Sweden. ; s. 70-80
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Experience is one of the most valuable assets technicians and engineer have and may have been collected during many years and both from successful solutions as well as from very costly mistakes. Unfortunately industry rarely uses a systematic approach for experience reuse. This may be caused by the lack of efficient tools facilitating experience distribution and reuse. We propose a case-based approach and tool to facilitate experience reuse more systematically in industry. It is important that such a tool allows the technicians to give the problem case in a flexible way to increase acceptance and use. The proposed tool enables more structured handling of experience and is flexible and can be adapted to different situations and problems. The user is able to input text in a structured way and possibly in combination with other numeric or symbolic features. The system is able to identify and retrieve relevant similar experiences for reuse.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, 1976-, et al. (författare)
  • A Case-Based Retrieval System for Post-Operative Pain Treatment
  • 2011
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This paper presents a clinical decision support system based on case-basedretrieval approach to assist physicians in post-operative pain treatment. Here,the cases are formulated by combining regular features and features using anumerical visual analogue scale (NVAS) through a questionnaire. Featureabstraction is done both in problem and outcome description of a case in order toreduce the number of attributes. The system retrieves most similar cases with theiroutcomes. The outcome of each case brings benefits for physicians since it presentsboth severity and fast recovery by the applied treatment in post-operative patients.Therefore, we have introduced a two-layer case structure i.e., solution is the firstlayer and outcome is the second layer that better suits this medical application. Inthe system, the solution presents the treatment and the outcome contains recoveryinformation of a patient, something physicians are interested in, especially the riskof side effects and complications.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, et al. (författare)
  • A Computer Aided System for Post-operative Pain Treatment Combining Knowledge Discovery and Case-Based Reasoning
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 7466. - Springer. - 978-364232985-2 ; s. 3-16
  • Bokkapitel (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • The quality improvement for individual postoperative-pain treatment is an important issue. This paper presents a computer aided system for physicians in their decision making tasks in post-operative pain treatment. Here, the system combines a Case-Based Reasoning (CBR) approach with knowledge discovery. Knowledge discovery is applied in terms of clustering in order to identify the unusual cases. We applied a two layered case structure for case solutions i.e. the treatment is in the first layer and outcome after treatment (i.e. recovery of the patient) is in the second layer. Moreover, a 2nd order retrieval approach is applied in the CBR retrieval step in order to retrieve the most similar cases. The system enables physicians to make more informed decisions since they are able to explore similar both regular and rare cases of post-operative patients. The two layered case structure is moving the focus from diagnosis to outcome i.e. the recovery of the patient, something a physician is especially interested in, including the risk of complications and side effects.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, et al. (författare)
  • A fuzzy rule-based decision support system for Duodopa treatment in Parkinson
  • 2006
  • Ingår i: SAIS 2006, Umea, May 10-12. ; s. 45-50
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • A decision support system (DSS) was implemented based on a fuzzy logic inference system (FIS) to provide assistance in dose alteration of Duodopa infusion in patients with advanced Parkinson's disease, using data from motor state assessments and dosage. Three-tier architecture with an object oriented approach was used. The DSS has a web enabled graphical user interface that presents alerts indicating non optimal dosage and states, new recommendations, namely typical advice with typical dose and statistical measurements. One data set was used for design and tuning of the FIS and another data set was used for evaluating performance compared with actual given dose. Overall goodness-of-fit for the new patients (design data) was 0.65 and for the ongoing patients (evaluation data) 0.98. User evaluation is now ongoing. The system could work as an assistant to clinical staff for Duodopa treatment in advanced Parkinson's disease.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, 1976-, et al. (författare)
  • A Hybrid Case-Based System in Stress Diagnosis and Treatment
  • 2012
  • Annan publikation (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • Computer-aided decision support systems play anincreasingly important role in clinical diagnosis and treatment.However, they are difficult to build for domains where thedomain theory is weak and where different experts differ indiagnosis. Stress diagnosis and treatment is an example of such adomain. This paper explores several artificial intelligencemethods and techniques and in particular case-based reasoning,textual information retrieval, rule-based reasoning, and fuzzylogic to enable a more reliable diagnosis and treatment of stress.The proposed hybrid case-based approach has been validated byimplementing a prototype in close collaboration with leadingexperts in stress diagnosis. The obtained sensitivity, specificityand overall accuracy compared to an expert are 92%, 86% and88% respectively.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, et al. (författare)
  • A Multi-Modal Case-Based System for Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment in Stress Management
  • 2009
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • A difficult issue in stress management is to use biomedical sensor signal in the diagnosis and treatment of stress. Clinicians often base their diagnosis and decision on manual inspection of signals such as, ECG, heart rate, finger temperature etc. However, the complexity associated with the manual analysis and interpretation of the signals makes it difficult even for experienced clinicians. A computer system, classifying the sensor signals is one valuable property assisting a clinician. This paper presents a case-based system that assist a clinician in diagnosis and treatment of stress. The system uses a finger temperature sensor and the variation in the finger temperature is one of the key features in the system. Several artificial intelligence techniques such as textual information retrieval, rule-based reasoning, and fuzzy logic have been combined together with case-based reasoning to enable more reliable and efficient diagnosis and treatment of stress. The performance has been validated implementing a research prototype and close collaboration with the experts. The experimental results suggest that such a system is valuable both for the less experienced clinicians and for experts where the system may be seen as a second option.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, et al. (författare)
  • A Multi-Module Case Based Biofeedback System for Stress Treatment
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine. - 0933-3657. ; 51:2, s. 107-115
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Biofeedback is today a recognized treatment method for a number of physical and psychological problems. Experienced clinicians often achieve good results in these areas and their success largely builds on many years of experience and often thousands of treated patients. Unfortunately many of the areas where biofeedback is used are very complex, e.g. diagnosis and treatment of stress. Less experienced clinicians may even have difficulties to initially classify the patient correctly. Often there are only a few experts available to assist less experienced clinicians. To reduce this problem we propose a computer assisted biofeedback system helping in classification, parameter setting and biofeedback training. By adopting a case based approach in a computer-based biofeedback system, decision support can be offered to less experienced clinicians and provide a second opinion to experts. We explore how such a system may be designed and validate the approach in the area of stress where the system assists in the classification, parameter setting and finally in the training. In a case study we show that the case based biofeedback system outperforms novice clinicians based on a case library of cases authorized by an expert.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, 1976- (författare)
  • A Multimodal Approach for Clinical Diagnosis and Treatment
  • 2011
  • Doktorsavhandling (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • A computer-aided Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) for diagnosis and treatment often plays a vital role and brings essential benefits for clinicians. Such a CDSS could function as an expert for a less experienced clinician or as a second option/opinion of an experienced clinician to their decision making task. Nevertheless, it has been a real challenge to design and develop such a functional system where accuracy of the system performance is an important issue.This research work focuses on development of intelligent CDSS based on a multimodal approach for diagnosis, classification and treatment in medical domains i.e. stress and post-operative pain management domains. Several Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques such as Case-Based Reasoning (CBR), textual Information Retrieval (IR), Rule-Based Reasoning (RBR), Fuzzy Logic and clustering approaches have been investigated in this thesis work.Patient’s data i.e. their stress and pain related information are collected from complex data sources for instance, finger temperature measurements through sensor signals, pain measurements using a Numerical Visual Analogue Scale (NVAS), patient’s information from text and multiple choice questionnaires. The proposed approach considers multimedia data management to be able to use them in CDSSs for both the domains.The functionalities and performance of the systems have been evaluated based on close collaboration with experts and clinicians of the domains. In stress management, 68 measurements from 46 subjects and 1572 patients’ cases out of ≈4000 in post-operative pain have been used to design, develop and validate the systems. In the stress management domain, besides the 68 measurement cases, three trainees and one senior clinician also have been involved in order to conduct the experimental work. The result from the evaluation shows that the system reaches a level of performance close to the expert and better than the senior and trainee clinicians. Thus, the proposed CDSS could be used as an expert for a less experienced clinician (i.e. trainee) or as a second option/opinion for an experienced clinician (i.e. senior) to their decision making process in stress management. In post-operative pain treatment, the CDSS retrieves and presents most similar cases (e.g. both rare and regular) with their outcomes to assist physicians. Moreover, an automatic approach is presented in order to identify rare cases and 18% of cases from the whole cases library i.e. 276 out of 1572 are identified as rare cases by the approach. Again, among the rare cases (i.e. 276), around 57.25% of the cases are classified as ‘unusually bad’ i.e. the average pain outcome value is greater or equal to 5 on the NVAS scale 0 to 10. Identification of rear cases is an important part of the PAIN OUT project and can be used to improve the quality of individual pain treatment.
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  • Ahmed, Mobyen Uddin, et al. (författare)
  • A Three Phase Computer Assisted Biofeedback Training System Using Case-Based Reasoning
  • 2008
  • Ingår i: In 9th European Conference on Case-based Reasoning workshop proceedings, Trier, Germany.
  • Konferensbidrag (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Biofeedback is a method gaining increased interest and showing good results for a number of physical and psychological problems. Biofeedback training is mostly guided by an experienced clinician and the results largely rely on the clinician's competence. In this paper we propose a three phase computer assisted sensor-based biofeedback decision support system assisting less experienced clinicians, acting as second opinion for experienced clinicians. The three phase CBR framework is deployed to classify a patient, estimate initial parameters and to make recommendations for biofeedback training by retrieving and comparing with previous similar cases in terms of features extracted. The three phases work independently from each other. Moreover, fuzzy techniques are incorporated into our CBR system to better accommodate uncertainty in clinicians reasoning as well as decision analysis. All parts in the proposed framework have been implemented and primarily validated in a prototypical system. The initial result shows how the three phases functioned with CBR technique to assist biofeedback training. Eventually the system enables the clinicians to allow a patient to train himself/herself unsupervised.
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