Use of Case Based Reasoning (CBR) Methods to Diagnosis Diseases in Pregnancy
Keywords:Keywords: Case Based Reasoning, Diseases of Pregnancy, Hypertension.
Diseases in pregnant women are diseases that many people need to pay attention to, because diseases that occur in pregnant women will not only endanger one life, but more than that. Hypertension currently occupies the 2nd position as a type of disease that threatens the lives of many pregnant women. The application of Case Based Reasoning (CBR) in diagnosing diseases that occur during pregnancy is motivated by the difficulty of consulting an obstetrician due to costs, time or even the limited number of doctors in a hospital. The use of CBR aims to solve new problems by adapting solutions to problems that occurred before. The expert system itself is one of the solutions to solve problems faced by users in the health sector, this system can minimize costs incurred to consult about diseases in pregnancy to specialist doctors. "Use of Case Base Reasoning (CBR) to Diagnose Diseases in Pregnancy" is expected to help the general public, especially pregnant women, make a simple diagnosis of symptoms and diseases in pregnancy.
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