Systems and Means of Informatics
2017, Volume 27, Issue 3, pp 63-73
PREDICTION OF LATE POSTOPERATIVE COMPLICATIONS BASED ON THE RESULTS OF DISCRIMINANT AND CORRELATION ANALYSES OF THE EARLY POSTOPERATIVE GLYCEMIA CHARACTERISTICS
- T. V. Zakharova
- A. V. Slivkina
The application of the statistical methods for multidimensional observations classification, including discriminant analysis and data correlation analysis which make it possible to evaluate the strength of the factors' joint influence on the result, is considered. The main task is to predict complications development among patients, who underwent pancreas surgery. The research hypothesis suggests that the average early postoperative blood glucose level is of a crucial value for predicting carbohydrate metabolism disorders in the late postoperative period. The considered solution is based on a set of predictors (variables) associated with the blood glucose level, i. e., variance, sample size, mean, maximum, and minimum. The results of the discriminant analysis, performed using the STATISTICA software package on the basis of the available experimental data, do not confirm the research hypothesis.
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