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Secure E-healthcare System Based on Biometric Approach

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Amal Fadhil Mohammed ,
Amal Fadhil Mohammed

Al Qasim Green University, Computer Center, Babil, Iraq

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Hayder A Nahi ,
Hayder A Nahi

Al Qasim Green University, Computer Center, Babil, Iraq

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Akmam Majed Mosa ,
Akmam Majed Mosa

Al Qasim Green University, Computer Center, Babil, Iraq

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Inas Kadhim ,
Inas Kadhim

Al Qasim Green University, Computer Center, Babil, Iraq

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Abstract

A secure E-health care system is satisfying by maintaining data authenticity and privacy. Authentic users only access and edit medical records, any alteration in the medical records may result in a misdiagnosis and, as a result, harm the patient's life. Biometric method and watermarking modes are utilized to satisfy goal, such as Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT), Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT), Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) and Least Significant Bit (LSB). In this work focused on a biometric watermarking system where the iris code of the sender programmed as a sender authentication key. The confidentiality of the patient information is safeguarded via encrypting it with an XOR algorithm and embedding the key in the DCT image. The algorithm has demonstrated which is suggested system has met earlier constraints. We used samples of original watermarked images with PSNR value, embedding time and extraction time, the lowest embedding time was 0.0709 and the PSNR value was 49.2369.

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Fadhil Mohammed A, Nahi HA, Majed Mosa A, Kadhim I. Secure E-healthcare System Based on Biometric Approach. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2023 Jul. 8 [cited 2024 Feb. 25];2:56. Available from: https://dm.saludcyt.ar/index.php/dm/article/view/56

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