1st Edition

Information Technology in Medical Diagnostics II Proceedings of the International Scientific Internet Conference “Computer Graphics and Image Processing" and the XLVIIIth International Scientific and Practical Conference “Application of Lasers in Medicine and Biology", May 2018

    For many centuries, mankind has tried to learn about his health. Initially, during the pre-technological period, he could only rely on his senses. Then there were simple tools to help the senses. The breakthrough turned out to be the discovery of X-rays, which gave insight into the human body. Contemporary medical diagnostics are increasingly supported by information technology, which for example offers a very thorough analysis of the tissue image or the pathology differentiation. It also offers possibilities for very early preventive diagnosis. Under the influence of information technology, 'traditional' diagnostic techniques and new ones are changing. More and more often the same methods can be used for both medical and technical diagnostics. In addition, methodologies are developed that are inspired by the functioning of living organisms.

    Information Technology in Medical Diagnostics II is the second volume in a series showing the latest advances in information technologies directly or indirectly applied to medical diagnostics. Unlike the previous book, this volume does not contain closed chapters, but rather extended versions of presentations made during two conferences: XLVIII International Scientific and Practical Conference ‘Application of Lasers in Medicine and Biology’ (Kharkov, Ukraine) and the International Scientific Internet conference ‘Computer graphics and image processing’ (Vinnitsa, Ukriane), both held in May 2018.

    Information Technology in Medical Diagnostics II links technological issues to medical and biological issues, and will be valuable to academics and professionals interested in medical diagnostics and IT.

    Application of 3D printing technologies in building patient-specific training systems for computing planning in rhinology
    O.G. Avrunin, M.Y. Tymkovych, H. Farouk Ismail Saed, A.V. Loburets, I.A. Krivoruchko, A. Smolarz & S. Kalimoldayeva

    Virtual training system for tremor prevention
    K.G. Selivanova, O.G. Avrunin, S.M. Zlepko, S.V. Tymchyk, B. Pinaiev, T. Zyska & M. Kalimoldayev

    Some technical propositions for electromyographical human interface device
    T.V. Zhemchuzhkina, T.V. Nosova, V.B. Vassilenko, D.Kh. Shtofel, Y.P. Liskov, M. Duk & G. Duskazaev

    Formalization of the diagnosis of olfactory disorders
    O.G. Avrunin, Y.V. Nosova, N.O. Shushlyapina, A.S. Zlepko, A.I. Bezuglyi, T. Zyska & G. Ziyatbekova

    Determination of the odorivector evaporation intensity during an olfactory study
    O.G. Avrunin, Y.V. Nosova, N.O. Shushlyapina, V.V. Kuzmenko, A.S. Zlepko, W. Wójcik & D. Nuradilova

    Possibilities of apnea diagnostics by fuzzy logic methods
    O.G. Avrunin, E. Mustetsova, S.M. Zlepko, N.I. Zabolotna, D.M. Baranovskiy, A.M. Dyvak, M. Maciejewski & A. Bazarbayeva

    Mathematical simulation of the structure of pulsed arterial pressure relations with vascular damage factors in patients with arterial hypertension
    O.V. Vysotska, Y.G. Bespalov, A.I. Pecherska, S.M. Koval, O.M. Lytvynova, A.M. Dyvak, M. Maciejewski & A. Kalizhanova

    Selective irradiation of superficial tumours depending on the photosensitiser fluorescence in the tissue
    O.M. Chepurna, V.V. Kholin, I.O. Shton, V.S. Voytsehovich, S.V. Pavlov, M.V. Lysyi, P. Kisała & Y. Amirgaliyev

    Bioengineering system for professional recruiting and prediction of physiological changes in the body of extreme activities operators
    V.D. Kuzovyk, A.D. Gordieiev, I.I. Burdenyuk, M. Maciejewski & S. Kalimoldayeva

    Mathematical modeling of change in color coordinates of superficial injuries of human soft tissues for forensic medicine
    S. Kvaternuk, V. Petruk, O. Kvaternuk, O. Mokyanuk, A. Kotyra & A. Kozbakova

    Complex assessment of the flight crew’s psychophysiological state
    V.D. Kuzovyk, O. Bulyhina, O. Ivanets, Y. Onykiienko, P.F. Kolesnic, W. Wójcik & D. Nuradilova

    Methods and computer tools for identifying diabetes-induced fundus pathology
    S.V. Pavlov, T.A. Martianova, Y.R. Saldan, Y.I. Saldan, L.V. Zagoruiko, O.Yu. Pinaieva, Z. Omiotek & K. Dassibekov

    Information system for recognition of biological objects in the RGB spectrum range
    Y.G. Bespalov, O. Vysotska, A. Porvan, E. Linnyk, V.A. Stasenko, G.D. Doroshenko, Z. Omiotek & Y. Amirgaliyev

    Diagnostics of early human tumours in microwave with UHF-sensing
    A.D. Cherenkov, N.G. Kosulina, S.M. Zlepko, T.A. Chernyshova, N.A. Shpakova, Z. Omiotek & M. Kalimoldayev

    Study of the peripheral blood circulation of an abdominal wall using optoelectronic plethysmograph
    O.V. Katelyan, S.D. Himych, P.F. Kolesnic, A.S. Barylo, V.S. Pavlov, T.I. Kozlovska, M. Maciejewski & A. Kalizhanova

    Prevention of complications in children in the early postoperative period after surgical treatment of the single ventricle heart
    O.K. Nosovets, V.S. Yakymchuk, V.Y. Kotovskyi, E.M. Bairamov, V.G. Paliy, R. Dzierzak & K. Dassibekov

    Automation equipped working place of the neurologist of a perinatal centre
    S.V. Kostishyn, S.M. Zlepko, M.V. Moskovko, V.V. Bychkov, H.S. Lepekhina, D. Sawicki & A. Kalizhanova

    Database development for the automated workplace of the perinatal neurologist
    S.V. Kostishyn, D.K. Shtofel, S.V. Tymchyk, I.V. Fedosova, S.V. Yakubovska, O.Yu. Pinaieva, J. Tanaś & A. Kozbakova

    Formalisation of the problem of the matched morphological filtering of biomedical signals and images
    A.I. Povoroznyuk, A.E. Filatova, L.M. Kozak, S.V. Danilkov, O.V. Sherbakov, Z. Omiotek & M. Kalimoldayev

    Developing a mathematical model of instrumental examination of patients
    A.I. Povoroznyuk, A.E. Filatova, A.S. Kovalenko, O.Yu. Azarkhov, N.B. Savina, O.Yu. Pinaieva, A. Smolarz, K. Gromaszek & A. Kalizhanova

    Optoelectronic plethysmography method for evaluation of peripheral blood circulation
    Y.O. Bezsmertnyi, H.V. Bezsmertna, A.S. Barylo, V.S. Pavlov, T.I. Kozlovska, A.M. Korobov, D. Harasim & D. Nuradilova

    Frequency-selective heart defibrillation model
    T.A. Smerdova, E.L. Pirotti, M.V. Bachinsky, V.E. Krivonosov, S.M. Goncharuk, M. Maciejewski & S. Kalimoldayeva

    The complex degree of coherence of the laser images of blood plasma and the diagnostics of oncological changes of human tissues
    O.V. Dubolazov, A.G. Ushenko, Y.A. Ushenko, M.Yu. Sakhnovskiy, P.M. Grygoryshyn, N. Pavlyukovich, O.V. Pavlyukovich, V.T. Bachynskiy, S.V. Pavlov, R. Dzierzak & O. Mamyrbaev

    Laser Müller matrix diagnostics of changes in the optical anisotropy of biological tissues
    O.V. Dubolazov, A.G. Ushenko, Y.A. Ushenko, M.Yu. Sakhnovskiy, P.M. Grygoryshyn, N. Pavlyukovich, O.V. Pavlyukovich, V.T. Bachynskiy, S.V. Pavlov, V.D. Mishalov, Z. Omiotek & O. Mamyrbaev

    Laser microscopy of polycrystalline human blood plasma films
    O.V. Dubolazov, A.G. Ushenko, Y.A. Ushenko, M.Yu. Sakhnovskiy, P.M. Grygoryshyn, N. Pavlyukovich, O.V. Pavlyukovich, S.V. Pavlov, V.D. Mishalov, C. Kaczmarek & A. Kalizhanova

    Development of segment classification criteria based on the features of compression algorithms
    R.N. Kvyetnyy, O.Yu. Sofina, R. Maslii, A. Olesenko, O.A. Poplavskyy, A. Smolarz & A. Sagymbekova

    Designing a biomedical electromyographic complex with a pain level control
    T.V. Zhemchuzhkina, T.V. Nosova, O.Yu. Pinaieva, W. Wójcik & A. Tergeusizova

    Monitoring vital signs using fuzzy logic rules
    O.A. Khorozovn, I.V. Krak, A.I. Kulias, V.S. Kasianiuk, W. Wójcik & A. Tergeusizova

    Mutation schemes of the hybrid clonal selection algorithm for the reconstruction of gene regulatory networks
    A.O. Fefelov, V.I. Lytvynenko, I.A. Lurie, V.V. Osypenko, I.M. Melnychuk, W. Wójcik & S. Kalimoldayeva

    The functional model of instrumental examination of a patient
    A.I. Povoroznyuk, A.E. Filatova, O.Yu. Zakovorotniy, Y.V. Kuzmenko, W. Wójcik & S. Kalimoldayeva

    Classification of nonstationary cardiac signals based on their spectral and probabilistic properties
    S.M. Koval, E.I. Sokol, P.F. Shchapov, R.S. Tomashevskyi, O.V. Soltmann, W. Wójcik & K. Dassibekov

    Prognosis of essential hypertension progression in patients with abdominal obesity
    S.M. Koval, I.O. Snihurska, O. Vysotska, H.M. Strashnenko, W. Wójcik & K. Dassibekov

    Tele-detection system for the automatic sensing of the state of the cardiovascular functions in situ
    R.H. Rovira, M.M. Bayas, J. Pastoriza, S.V. Pavlov, W. Wójcik & A. Bazarbayeva

    Model of skin tissue heat transfer in the conditions of cryosurgical impact
    I.P. Dovgan, Y.G. Shevchuk, S.Ye. Tuzhanskyi, I.V. Abramchuk, M.V. Sakhno, W. Wójcik & D. Nuradilova

    Multichannel system for recording myocardial electrical activity
    O. Vlasenko, O. Chaikovska, I. Rokunets, O. Vlasenko, W. Wójcik, S.V. Pavlov & A. Bazarbayeva

    Comparison of 3D visualization results of segmented white and gray matter from T1 and T2 – weighted MRI data
    M. Michalska & A. Kozbakova


    Waldemar Wójcik was born in Poland, 1949. He is Director of the Institute of Electronics and Information Technology, former long-time dean of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at Lublin University of Technology. Doctor Honoris Causa of five universities in Ukraine and Kazakhstan. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1985 at the Lublin University of Technology, and D.Sc. in 2002 at the National University Lviv Polytechnic, Ukraine. In 2009 he obtained a title of professor granted by the President of Poland. In his research he mainly deals with process control, optoelectronics, digital data analysis and also heat processes or solid state physics. Particular attention is paid to the use optoelectronic technology in the monitoring and diagnostics of thermal processes. He is a member of Optoelectronics Section of the Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications of the Polish Academy of Sciences; Metrology Section of the Committee of Metrology and Scientific Equipment of the Polish Academy of Sciences and many other scientific organisations of Poland as well as Europe and Asia. In total, he has published 56 books, over 400 papers, and authored several patents. He is also a member of the editorial board of numerous international and national scientific and technical journals.

    Sergii Pavlov was born in Ukraine, 1964. He is Vice-rector of for Scientific Work of Vinnytsia National Technical University. Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Academician of the International Academy of Applied Radio-electronics. Member of the Presidium of the University vice-chancellors and academic institutions of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine, Head of specialized academic council. In 1995 he defended his thesis "Research methods and development of universal information-measuring systems with optical transformation of biomedical information" in the specialty "Information and measuring systems (in science and industry)". In 2008, he defended the specialized council doctoral thesis "Non-invasive optical-electronic devices and diagnostic systems microcirculation peripheral circulation" in the specialty "Biological and medical devices and systems". Scientific domain – biomedical information optoelectronic and laser technologies for diagnostics and physiotherapy influence. Has more than 450 scientific publications, including 315 scientific and 35 educational and methodical nature, including 92 in professional journals, including 36 in science based on Scopus and WoS and 20 textbooks stamped MES of Ukraine. He promoted 1 Doctor of Sciences and 13 Philosophy Doctor.

    Maksat Kalimoldayev born in Kazakhstan, 1957. Director General of the Institute of Information and Computational Technologies of the Science Committee of the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Kazakhstan. Former First Deputy Chairman of the Higher Attestation Committee of the Ministry of Education and Science of Republic of Kazakhstan. He participated in the development of the first "Law on Science" of the Republic of Kazakhstan, a number of resolutions of the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan on the development of the scientific and technical area and the training of scientific and scientific and pedagogical personnel, as well as other regulatory acts. Chairman of the National Science Council on the priority of "Information and telecommunication technologies". Doctor of Physics and Mathematics. In his research he mainly deals with the methods of solving multi-criteria problems based on the non-uniform coverings applied in various applications like robust control, power engineering or medical engineering. In total, he authored of over 220 research papers, including 4 monographs and 5 study guides for universities.