Automated analysis of fatality rates for COVID 19 across different countries Dr. Shaima Ibraheem Jabbar PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Keele University, UK

Automated analysis of fatality rates for COVID 19 across different countries Dr. Shaima Ibraheem Jabbar PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Keele University, UK

Automated analysis of fatality rates for COVID 19 across different countries Dr. Shaima Ibraheem Jabbar PhD in Biomedical Engineering from Keele University, UK Lecturer in Al Furat Al Awsat Technical University Abstract: One of the significant parameters that helps in the reporting the highest risk areas, which have COVID 19 pandemic is case fatality rate (CFR). In this work, automated analysis was carried out to evaluate fatality rate (CFR) across different countries. Furthermore, a state of art algorithm is proposed to estimate CFR and it is possible to make it applicable in the mobile phone. This application will enable us to monitor the status level of the patients (suspected, exposed and infected) to save time, efforts and get a high quality of the recordings. All data were obtained from (https:// www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/) and pointed at the period between 27th March and 27th May 2020. Results present Spain and Egypt have a highest score of the fatality rate (approximately 24%) compared with previous research, which Italy was the highest score of the case fatality rate (CFR). On the other hand, Australia has had the lowest of the (CFR) in the current and previous researches. Furthermore, Spain has the highest percentage score of the total active cases and death rate: 0.41% and 0.00073% respectively. Documentation and comparison fatality rate of COVID 19 pandemic across different countries could assist in illustrating the strength of this pandemic, speed spreading and risk area which infected of this disease.

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