Computer vision which is commonly termed as CV is described as the study that helps the computer to recognize and grab the content of digital images like photographs and videos using suitable techniques and recent technologies. In the field of the healthcare sector, the latest technological advancements have been adopted to provide better services to mankind. These are not only saving time of the doctors or Medical practitioners but also saving the lives of the patients. Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has also been implemented in the healthcare system to help the medical practitioners to recognize and diagnose the patientís problem more precisely and assist the doctor in the simplest way to analyze the patientís condition from which they are suffering from. It also helps the doctors to give the right treatment in the right way depending on the current status of the patients.
Computer Vision, Healthcare Management System, Mobile Communication, Artificial Intelligence, Patient diagnosis, Digital image processing
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