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Mosquitoes play a major role in spreading virus to human. One of the major virus is dengue, and it will cause an impact in the normal health condition. It will lead to some side effects in the human body. The prevention steps that are followed by some countries are not sufficient to control the disease. The remote monitoring as well as the detection and prevention with the help of fog and cloud environment will be an effective solution. The proposed framework will act as an effective method for detecting the people affected by dengue at earlier stage, that will help the medical team to provide treatment. The framework presented in this paper will classify the people depends upon the symptoms, alert is send to the people immediately through the mobile. The framework will help the doctors to find the impact of the disease by analysing the outcome and to act effectively within a limited period of time.
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- An intelligent and secure healthcare framework for the prediction and prevention of Dengue virus outbreak using fog computing
T. Prem Jacob
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