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A new approach to prevent cardiovascular diseases based on SCORE charts through reasoning methods  and mobile monitoring A new approach to prevent cardiovascular diseases based on SCORE charts through reasoning methods and mobile monitoring Presentation Transcript

  • A new approach to prevent cardiovascular diseases based on SCORE charts throughreasoning methods and mobile monitoring J. Fontecha, D. Ausín, F. Castanedo, D. López-de-Ipiña, R. Hervás, J. Bravo MAmI Research Lab DeustoTechCastilla-La Mancha University University of Deusto Ciudad Real, Spain Bilbao, Spain
  • AAL Monitoring Applications • Adoption of ICT technologies for: • Helping people to improve their quality of life • Serving users in terms of usability • Technologies for Continuous Monitoring • Vital signs  Use of biometric devices • In addition patient recordAAL Monitoring ApplicationsCVD Risk EstimationBlood Pressure MonitoringReasoning Module SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration 2Conclusions & Future Work
  • CVD Risk Estimation (I) SCORE (Systematic Coronary Risk Evaluation Project) European and Mediterranean Countries Sex Smoker / Non-smoker Age Systolic BP level Cholesterol level CountryAAL Monitoring ApplicationsCVD Risk EstimationBlood Pressure Monitoring % CVDReasoning Module SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration 3Conclusions & Future Work
  • CVD Risk Estimation (II) • Goal: “Estimation of CVD risk based on reasoning engine & MoMo Framework*”.  Supporting clinical decisions. ObjectProperty starts domain Class range Ontology PatientProfile ModuleDefinition range ObjectProperty domain stores unionOf -Generic Class Class IndividualProfile domain ObjectProperty domain ObjectProperty has_a range Ontology Diseases Vocabulary range - Adaptive Sensor has Class Activities Record range domain MoMo Framework DataTypePropery <time> DataTypePropery time_measure <time> domain ObjectProperty domain date_begin DataTypePropery name range Class domain - Remote <int> Measure val_measure ObjectProperty DataTypePropery ObjectProperty <time> last_activi ObjectProperty has_a range date_end sends domain domain range domain ObjectProperty calculates range Class Class domain ObjectProperty Trend - Mobile Ontology has Activity domain range ObjectProperty domain Mobile generates Device domain range DataTypePropery DataTypePropery domain <string> <time> Class level date_begin ObjectProperty FormatVisualisation DataTypePropery range <time> uses date_end Patient recordAAL Monitoring Applications MoMOntologyCVD Risk Estimation OWL + SWRL Rules Biometric deviceBlood Pressure MonitoringReasoning Module * V. Villarreal, J. Bravo, R. Hervas, MoMo: A Framework Proposal for Patient Mobile Monitoring, Proceedings of the 5th SWRL Rule Example Conference of the Euro-American Association on Telematics and Information Systems. EATIS 2010. Panama. 2010, SeptemberSystem integration 22-24th. ACM Publication.. 4Conclusions & Future Work
  • Blood Pressure Monitoring • European Guidelines on CVD prevention  Check BP frequently How many times? It depends on health condition & patient record Bluetooth BP meter Mobile AppAAL Monitoring ApplicationsCVD Risk Estimation Reasoning CVD RiskBlood Pressure Monitoring moduleReasoning Module SWRL Rule Example Factors from patient recordSystem integration 5Conclusions & Future Work
  • Reasoning Module (I) • Following SCORE standard method INPUTS Variable Description Type Range Sex Gender of the person Binary Male or Female Age Age of the person Discrete [40,50,55,60,65] Smoker Indicates if the person smokes Binary True or False Cholesterol Cholesterol level (mmol/L) Double [4,5,6,7,8] Blood Average of Systolic Blood Discrete [120,140,160,180) Pressure Pressure(mmHg) High Risk Indicates if the person lives in a Binary True or FalseAAL Monitoring Applications Country high risk countryCVD Risk EstimationBlood Pressure MonitoringReasoning Module SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration Reasoning engine 6Conclusions & Future Work
  • Reasoning Module (II) • Following SCORE standard method OUTPUTS Risk Percentage Result If a user presents a risk of 15% and over Very High If the risk is in the range 10% - 14%. High Inputs  Single Output User presents a risk from 5% to 9%. Mid High User presents a risk from 3% - 4%. Mid If the risk is 2%. Mid Low Rule If the risk presented corresponds to 1%. LowAAL Monitoring Applications No risk is presented NoneCVD Risk EstimationBlood Pressure MonitoringReasoning Module SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration Reasoning engine 7Conclusions & Future Work
  • Reasoning Module (III) Patient Profile Pellet MoMOntology OWL API + SWRL Rules Antecedents Consequent • More than 250 rules have been described according to SCORE charts. Input InputAAL Monitoring Applications Input Output … OutputCVD Risk Estimation InputBlood Pressure Monitoring InputReasoning Module Input SWRL Rule Example …System integration … 8Conclusions & Future Work
  • SWRL Rule Example Pick up an individual which is a Patient Where does she live? talismanPlus:Patient(?patient) ^ talismanPlus:livesIn(?patient,?country)^ Is she a female? talismanPlus:LowCVDRiskCountry(?country)^ talismanPlus:isMale(?patient,?isMale)^ sqwrl:equal(?isMale,false)^ How old is she? talismanPlus:isYearsOld(?patient,?years)^ swrlb:greaterThanOrEqual(?years,40)^ Does she smoke? swrlb:lessThan(?years,50)^ talismanPlus:isSmoker(?patient,?smoke)^ Obtain her record sqwrl:equal(?smoke,false)^ talismanPlus:hasRecord(?patient,?history)^ Check her systolic blood pressure talismanPlus:hasTest(?history,?systolic)^ talismanPlus:SystolicBloodPressureAvgTest(?systolic)^ talismanPlus:hasSystolicBloodPressure(?systolic,?systolicMeasure)^ Check cholesterol swrlb:greaterThanOrEqual(?systolicMeasure,120)^ swrlb:lessThan(?systolicMeasure,160)^ talismanPlus:hasTest(?history,?cholesterol)^ talismanPlus:CholesterolTest(?cholesterol)^ talismanPlus:hasCholesterol(?cholesterol,?cholesterolMeasure)^ swrlb:greaterThanOrEqual(?cholesterolMeasure,4)^AAL Monitoring Applications swrlb:lessThan(?cholesterolMeasure,6)CVD Risk EstimationBlood Pressure Monitoring Set her CVD riskReasoning Module  talismanPlus:hasCVDRisk(?patient,”none") SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration 9Conclusions & Future Work
  • Integration in a distributed system • Two mobile apps + One reasoning engine + Web servicesAAL Monitoring ApplicationsCVD Risk EstimationBlood Pressure MonitoringReasoning Module SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration 10Conclusions & Future Work
  • Conclusions and Future Work • A system to monitor the blood pressure  calculating CVD Risk applying the SCORE method. • Using OWL + SWRL Rules to create a reasoning engine. • We propose the integration in a more complex system • More clinical factors • New rules • Create a set of recommendations from the new rules • Deploy the system in a real AAL scenario • Extend the applications and the reasoning module to monitorAAL Monitoring ApplicationsCVD Risk Estimation dietary habits & physical activity, not only vital signs.Blood Pressure MonitoringReasoning Module SWRL Rule ExampleSystem integration 11Conclusions & Future Work
  • A new approach to prevent cardiovascular diseases based on SCORE charts throughreasoning methods and mobile monitoring J. Fontecha, D. Ausín, F. Castanedo, D. López-de-Ipiña, R. Hervás, J. Bravo MAmI Research Lab DeustoTechCastilla-La Mancha University University of Deusto Ciudad Real, Spain Bilbao, Spain