Causative Factors of Gestational Diabetics in Women – An analysis on the consequential impacts using LASFCM
Pregnancy is the typical stage in every life cycle of woman where many biochemical and physiological changes take place in all the systems. The adaptation of these changes by the human body differs from one individual to another and it may result in many threats. Gestational Diabetics (GD) is one of the serious threats faced by women during pregnancy. The outbreak of GD is the resultant of several factors which are categorized as genetic, environmental, social and behavioural. The mitigation of this diabetic condition is very essential as it affects the foetus and the mother. The consequential impacts of the factors of GD have to be determined to initiate the preventive measures and to devise the curative medications in accordance to it. This paper introduces the concept of linguistic average super fuzzy cognitive map (LASFCM) which makes use of experts' opinion in terms of linguistic variables to find the substantial outbreak of GD.
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