A REVIEW ON APPLICATIONS OF SOFT COMPUTING FOR PATIENT HEALTH MONITORING. (KEY IJP************756)
The socioeconomic background of the urban and rural populations differs as a result of urban areasexponential growth and quick industrialization. These people's well-being is in jeopardy since lifestyle changes might have an impact on an individual's or their family's health. Malnutrition and diseases that are both communicable and are other common health problems in many nations. The doctor-to-patient ratio (DPR), according to the World Health Assembly, is 1:1000. A doctor's job of keeping an eye on patientshealth issues is a nervous one. A doctor sees a patient for seven to ten minutes on average, during which they are occupied taking notes on symptoms or entering data into the condition care administration. Smarter gadgets, Computational Intelligence (CI), and Soft Computer Technologies (SCT) could be of assistance to physicians in diagnosing and treating patients with a range of health problems by tracking patient data and offering cutting-edge care. The group of physicians may utilize the gathered data for their unnecessary research and forecasts, and local government officials could use the data to enhance.