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데이터 마이닝을 활용한 뇌경색증과 동반되는 질환의 연관성 분석

데이터 마이닝을 활용한 뇌경색증과 동반되는 질환의 연관성 분석
Translated Title
Association Analysis of Comorbidity of Cerebral Infarction Using Data Mining
Lee, In-HeeShin, A-MiSon, Chang-SikPark, Hee-JoonKim, Joong-HwiPark, Sang-YoungChoi, Jin-HoKim, Yoon-Nyoun
DGIST Authors
Lee, In-Hee; Shin, A-Mi; Son, Chang-Sik; Park, Hee-Joon; Kim, Joong-Hwi; Park, Sang-Young; Choi, Jin-Ho; Kim, Yoon-Nyoun
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대한물리치료학회지, 22(1), 75-81
A priori modelingCerebral infarctionEssential hypertension
Purpose: The purpose of this study was to apply association rule mining to explore the labyrinthine network of cerebral infarction comorbidity and basic data supply to develop cutting-edge physical therapy protocols for cerebral infarction with comorbidity Methods: From clinic records of enrollees of A Hospital in D city, patients over 18 years of age with cerebral infarction and cerebral infarction comorbidity were recruited as a case group. All diagnoses of that hospital were categorized according to the “International Classification of Disease (ICD)” diagnosis system. We extracted code I63 from the “Korea Classification of Disease (KCD)-4”. Associated rule mining was done with a priori modeling and Web nodes to examine the strengths of associations among those diagnoses. The support and confidence values of associated rule mining results were examined. Results: The subjects of this study were 2,267 cerebral infarction patients. E11 (Non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus),E78 (Disorders of lipoprotein metabolism and other lipidaemias), G81 (Hemiplegia), I10 (Essential hypertension), and K29(Gastritis and duodenitis) were high frequency diagnoses, being found in 10% or more of total diagnoses of cerebral infarction from frequency analysis results. The highest frequency diagnosis was 1,042 (46.0%) for I10. The second most frequent diagnosis was for E11(21.5%) while the third most frequent diagnosis was E78 (20.2%). Results from a priori modeling and Web nodes indicated that cerebral infarction has a strong association withessential hypertension,non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus, disorders of lipoprotein metabolism and other lipidaemias. Conclusion: Cerebral infarction is associated with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and disorders of lipoprotein metabolism and other lipidaemias. The result of this study will be helpful to clinicians treating patients with cerebral infarction.
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