BLOOD GROUP DETECTION USING IMAGE PROCESSING
Author(s):
P. Rohith Sai Kumar, V. Pramod kumar, R. Deepak, S. Siva kumar
Keywords:
Conventional, Hyperspectral, Non-invasive, Spectroscopic.
Abstract
Blood group determination is a crucial aspect of medical diagnostics, influencing various medical procedures such as blood transfusions and organ transplants. Conventional methods for blood typing often involve invasive procedures and time-consuming laboratory analyses. This study proposes a novel approach utilizing spectroscopic imaging of hands for non-invasive blood group detection. Spectroscopic imaging captures information about the absorption and reflection properties of tissues, offering a non-destructive means of examining biological samples. In this research, spectroscopic images of hands are acquired and analyzed to extract spectral signatures associated with different blood groups. The dataset consists of images obtained using near-infrared or hyperspectral imaging techniques, capturing a wide range of wavelengths.
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Unique Paper ID: 162684

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 10

Page(s): 734 - 737
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