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Fig. 9 | Journal of Biomedical Semantics

Fig. 9

From: DMTO: a realistic ontology for standard diabetes mellitus treatment

Fig. 9

Semantic rules execution sequence. According to the rule groups in Fig. 8, these groups are executed in a certain order to examine the patient profile and determine a suitable plan. A patient case can be a new case without previous plans or a follow-up case with a previous plan. For new cases, the PER group decides if the patient is symptomatic or asymptomatic. Based on the PER, the PDR decides if the patient is diabetic, prediabetic, or normal. The PCR checks drug, food, and disease interactions. Based on the PER, PDR, and PCR, the PTR suggests a personalized treatment plan. On the other hand, if the patient has a previous plan, a check is done after three months. If the target of the current plan is achieved, the patient continues on the current plan for another three months; otherwise, a new customized plan is provided according to the patient’s profile changes and taking into account the patient’s previous plan

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