Clinical Data Analysis for Prediction of Cardiovascular Disease Using Machine Learning Techniques

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Mathematics & Actuarial Science Department

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Rajkumar Gangappa Nadakinamani, Reyana,Sandeep Kautish, A. S. Vibith, Yogita Gupta, Sayed F. Abdelwahab, and Ali Wagdy Mohamed

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Cardiovascular disease is difficult to detect due to several risk factors, including high blood pressure, cholesterol, and an abnormal pulse rate. Accurate decision-making and optimal treatment are required to address cardiac risk. As machine learning technology advances, the healthcare industry’s clinical practice is likely to change. As a result, researchers and clinicians must recognize the importance of machine learning techniques. The main objective of this research is to recommend a machine learning-based cardiovascular disease prediction system that is highly accurate. In contrast, modern machine learning algorithms such as REP Tree, M5P Tree, Random Tree, Linear Regression, Naive Bayes, J48, and JRIP are used to classify popular cardiovascular datasets. The proposed CDPS’s performance was evaluated using a variety of metrics to identify the best suitable machine learning model. When it came to predicting cardiovascular disease patients, the Random Tree model performed admirably, with the highest accuracy of 100%, the lowest MAE of 0.0011, the lowest RMSE of 0.0231, and the fastest prediction time of 0.01 seconds.

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