The main objective of this project is to automate the process of organ donation through cloud computing environment Large numbers of health organizations have started shifting the electronic health information to the cloud environment. Introducing the cloud services in the organ donation sector it facilitates the exchange of organ donors and seekers. The hospitals and clinics, enables the cloud to act as a medical record storage for organ donation efficiency by retrieving the patient’s organs from the donor. The sponger can get the organs from the hospital and the donor by sending the request. The donor will send request to hospital to check their organs to the hospital and those medical records can be maintained by the hospital admin. The untested organs will be changed by the hospital and it will be viewed to the donor. The donor or sponger can check the status and check their organs whether it is tested or untested. The admin has the authority to view all the users but not to modify the details i.e, only the registered hospital with license can access the data base. Apart from storage, this system also helps to avoid duplications of the donor and seeker’s details since unique identification number that is Aadhar card information of patient along with fingerprint using Image segmentation algorithm are fed into cloud while registering.
Index Terms— Aadhar card, Cloud Environment, Donors, Medical Record, Sponger, Untested Organs, Image segmentation.
The cloud-computing model shifts the computing infrastructure to third-party service providers that manages the hardware and software resources. Large numbers of health organizations are now accessing and viewing their health records in cloud computing. Introducing the cloud services in the organ donation sector facilitates the exchange of organs between donors and seekers. The hospitals and clinics, enables the cloud to act as a medical record storage for organ donation efficiency by retrieving the patient’s medical history. The database before going for the donation will get to know about the health issues of the patient. The present organ donation system does not update data of individual after death. Hence this system retrieves medical and relational data to the administrator. So that the licensed organization is aware of the donors updates. This is done by using the donator’s unique identification number and reference person’s details. In future, by updating it with security and accuracy this can be used to get information of a organ donor who is deceased and whose organ donation details is unknown to the environment and hospital. 1 Aubrey P, Arber S, Tyler M. The organ donor crisis reports on the findings of an audit of deaths undertaken in ten accident and emergency (A;E) departments in North Thames region, UK. Although the results are very encouraging duplication of details may occur. 2 Bair HA, Sills P, Schumacher K et al. proved organ procurement through implementation of evidence-based practice that more than forty hospitals across Michigan to implement evidence-based practices in organ donation focused on four specific outcomes and process measures. Outcome measures were conversion rate and referral rate, whereas the process measures were timely notification rate and the rate of requests by appropriate requester.
Year No. of Organs Available Eligible Donors
2004 66 32
2005 81 40
Table(1) shows the data summarized for pre-implementation (January-December 2004; thirty two eligible donors) and post-implementation (January-December 2005; thirty eligible donors). In 2004, a total of sixty seven organs were made available to Gift of Life Michigan; in 2005, a total of eighty one organs were made available, a 31% increase. In this system, it is hard to get the organ donors. 3 Dickerson J, Valadka AB, Levert T et al. Organ donation rates in a neurosurgical intensive care unit. In this study, the authors analyze donation rates in the NICU and discuss factors that may be important in maximizing these rates. All referrals from the NICU to the OPO from 1996 to 1999 were analyzed. If one assumes that all fifteen patients would have been suitable donors, the unsuccessful resuscitation rate becomes fifteen (13.3%) of hundred and thirteen. This system does not provide more security. Hence the following idea is implemented.
2) PROPOSED WORK
In the proposed system the organ is donated and registered in cloud storage using aadhar card and fingerprint. Only the licensed hospital which is the administrator have rights to access or modify data. The donor can only view the data using aadhar card number as user name and password. The seekers request the admin in need of organ. The admin refers to the database and contacts seekers as per the need. In case of emergency, it can be found that whether the person is an organ donor or not with the help of fingerprint. Economic Feasibility is mainly concerned with the cost incurred in the implementation of the software. Since this project is developed using Jsp /Servlets with Java and MYSQL Server which is more commonly available and even the cost involved in the installation process is not high. Similarly it is easy to recruit persons for operating the software since almost all the people are aware of Jsp / Servlets with Java and MYSQL Server. Even if we want to train the persons in these area the cost involved in training is also very less. Hence this project has good economic feasibility. The system once developed must be used efficiently. Otherwise there is no meaning for developing the system.