INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES FOR EVALUATION OF SEVERITY AND MONITORING OF CHILDREN'S STATE WITH JUVENILE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

O. P. Mintser, T. Yu. Dubinina

Abstract


Systematization of the relevant data of quantitative monitoring of the population of children with rare (orphan) diseases remains a difficult problem. When assessing the severity of the pathological condition and monitoring the response to therapy, the criteria and indices of activity of juvenile rheumatoid arthritis are introduced. Such tools are necessary for choosing therapeutic programs, forecasting the course of the disease, and assessing the risks to the patient. Determining the set of data elements for mathematical modeling tasks is the primary stage of this process.

Keywords


information technology; rare diseases; juvenile rheumatoid arthritis; evaluation criteria; risks; monitoring.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11603/mie.1996-1960.2018.1.8890

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