Cybernetics and Computer Engineering, 2022, 3(209)
KIFORENKO S.I., DSc (Biology), Senior Researcher,
Leading Researcher, the Department of Mathematical and Technical
Methods in Biology and Medicine
International Research and Training Centre
for Information Technologies and Systems
of the NAS and MES of Ukraine,
40, Glushkov av., Kyiv, 03187, Ukraine
METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF USING NORMOMETRICAL SCALING FOR MULTIDIMENSIONAL ASSESSMENT OF HEALTH RESERVES
Introduction. One of the directions of modern research in the field of digital medicine is the development of a methodological base for assessing, supporting and managing personal health. The use of the methodology of a systemic approach to solving biomedical problems is fundamental for the rational organization of scientific research at the stages of diagnosis, forecasting and correction of the health state of individuals and population groups.
Scientific research, which is aimed at the development of information technology for assessing personal health reserves of a practically healthy person based on indicators of physical and psychosocial status is relevant and oriented for use at the stages of pre-hospital diagnosis.
The purpose of the paperis to show the expediency of using methods of multidimensional hierarchical normometric scaling for quantitative assessment of the body’s health and its reserve capabilities for pre-clinical diagnosis and activation of adaptation in changing conditions of the external environment.
Results. An algorithm for calculating the norm index of various health indicators using normometric scaling has been developed for multidimensional assessment of health reserves.
Information support for algorithms for calculating the range of the norm-index for natural and heuristic indicators of physical and psychosocial health status has been developed for the needs of digital medicine.
Modules of the software-algorithmic complex “Health-Reserve” have been developed for multidimensional quantitative assessment of reserve capabilities of the human body and personality based on the norm-index scale system for information mobile technologies.
Conclusions. The algorithm for calculating the norm-index range for natural and heuristic indicators of physical and psycho-social health status makes it possible to increase the resolution of the indicators` reference zone that are taken into account in the human health assessment.
The development of computer modules for multidimensional quantitative assessment of the health and personality of a person based on norm-index scales makes it possible to automate and quickly collect data based on the results of examinations, analyze the diagnosed conditions dynamics and can be an effective tool for screening and monitoring the health of the population. The use of mobile Android applications implemented by the developed technologies increases the quality of personal decision-making by the user due to the expansion of accessibility and increased efficiency in providing the necessary information for the organization of one’s life.
Keywords: normometric scaling, health reserves, health quantitative assessment, indicators norm-index, mobile applications.
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Kiforenko S.I., Belov V.M., Hontar T.M., Kozlovska V.O, Obelets T.A. Methodological Aspects of Using Normometrical Scaling for Multidimensional Assessment of Health Reserves. Cybernetics and Computer Engineering, 2022, no 3(209), pp. 63-80.