A Framework of Digital Twins for Improving Respiratory Health and Healthcare Measures

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R Golden Nancy
R Venkatesan
G Naveen Sundar
T Jemima Jebaseeli


The investigation describes an inventive use of digital twin technology and LSTM-based machine learning models for real-time patient lung disease monitoring and nutrition planning. The suggested application uses various patient healthcare data, treatment processes, dietary habits, and real-time sensor information to construct digital twins, which are virtual reproductions of specific patients. The LSTM model is trained on this large dataset to predict patient health improvements and dietary needs. For each patient’s digital twin, the program provides personalized treatment plans and nutritional advice, enabling proactive interventions and optimizing patient care. Using performance measures, the trained LSTM model achieves high scores for accuracy (92%), precision (89%), recall (93%), and F1 score (91%), proving its usefulness in generating credible health predictions. Patient feedback on the program shows that patients (98.8%) agree on the accuracy and importance of health feedback, as well as the convenience of access to health information (95.4%). The application’s response rate study reveals an average response rate of 85.87%, assuring prompt feedback. To secure patient information, the study emphasizes data privacy and security, adopting multilayered authentication and data encryption. The outcomes of this study demonstrate the application’s potential to revolutionize patient-centered healthcare by providing data-driven, personalized solutions to patients and healthcare professionals.

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