Wound Investigation in Insulin Insufficient Patients Using Image Processing Technique

R. Kavitha Jaba Malar, E. Issac Simson


An injury is a scratch to our body. It is a common phrase that denotes to hurt occurred by a few accidents. Gash is damages which divide the pelt or stiff tissues. It is most treacherous and common complications of diabetes. The compromised protected approach habitually merges diabetes. Increased glucose levels measured down the resistant cells that unleash to brawl off infections. When bacteria stir in to settle on the foot, the ramparts out vain. Ulcers may normally upturn. If infection reaches the bone, elimination is needed. The body has possibility of fighting the infection. Doctors use a lot of tools to take care of infected wounds. In critical slash, handling is very thorny to find the status. In present days, diabetic patient and their care takers have the responsibility to take more care in daily gash care. For the analysis of wound in the insulin insufficient patients, the research concentrates the mean shift algorithm.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijarcsse/V7I7/0199


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