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Data-Medi: A Web Database System for E-Health

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E-health system is helping mankind in a great extent. This work proposes a smart system to manage all types of health-related records of a patient having a variety of users. Currently, this type of combined system is very rare. Main purpose of the system is to gather all types of information in one database accessible at anytime from anywhere. This work resulted a cost-effective, smart, secure, and maintainable web-based health history management system for doctors, patients, donors, pharmacist, and general health concern people.

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Tabassum, A., Islam, T., Akhund, T.M.N.U. (2023). Data-Medi: A Web Database System for E-Health. In: Nagar, A.K., Singh Jat, D., Mishra, D.K., Joshi, A. (eds) Intelligent Sustainable Systems. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 579. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-7663-6_58

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