Prediction of Heart Disease Using Modified Hybrid Classifier

Rishabh Pipalwa, Dr. Abhijit Paul, Tamoghna Mukherjee


Cardiovascular diseases leading to heart attack kills nearly 17.9 million humans. The complexity of this disease’s lies in the fact that it suddenly fails the functioning of human and then SOP (Standard Operating Plan) is required; if not provided on time, patients’ life is in danger. Proper health care system takes time to detect the cause and effectively start the diagnosis whereas our proposed system efficiently and accurately tells the client weather he has a heart disease or not and also tells whether the patient will face such kind of disease in near future or not. The system is developed based on machine learning techniques such as Naive Bayes, XGBoost gradient classifier, decision tree and support vector machine (SVM). We have also selected some external factors which may lead to heart disease in future. Furthermore, integrated Web application has been developed which alert and gives a user-friendly interface for the recognition and prediction. We have analyzed 13 diagnostic factors and 5 environmental factors. Stalogand Cleveland dataset are combinedly used in this article. This suggested diagnosis system achieved a good accuracy as compared to previous methods proposed earlier. In addition to that this system can easily be implemented in public domain to spread awareness regarding heart disease and also the possibility of the heart disease in near future can be identified.

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