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Title: Machine Learning-Based Heart Disease Prediction: A Study for Home Personalized Care
Authors: Sahoo, Goutam Kumar
Kanike, Keerthana
Das, Santos Kumar
Singh, Poonam
Keywords: heart disease
Logistic Regression
K-Nearest Neighbor
Issue Date: Aug-2022
Citation: IEEE International Workshop on Machine Learning for Signal Processing, Aug. 22--25, 2022, Xi'an, China
Abstract: This study develops a framework for personalized care to tackle heart disease risk using an at-home system. The machine learning models used to predict heart disease are Logistic Regression, K-Nearest Neighbor, Support Vector Machine, Naive Bayes, Decision Tree, Random Forest, and XG Boost. Timely and efficient detection of heart disease plays an important role in health care. It is essential to detect cardiovascular disease (CVD) at the earliest, consult a specialist doctor before the severity of the disease and start medication. The performance of the proposed model was assessed using the Cleveland Heart Disease dataset from the UCI Machine Learning Repository. Compared to all machine learning algorithms, the Random Forest algorithm shows a better performance accuracy score of 90.16%. The best model may evaluate patient fitness rather than routine hospital visits. The proposed work will reduce the burden on hospitals and help hospitals reach only critical patients.
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