A Dynamic Human Health Risk Assessment System


  • Central Library, Isabella Thoburn College, Lucknow
  • Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, Sam Higginbottom Institute of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences, Allahabad
  • In Vitro Toxicology, Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Post Box 80, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh


Database, dynamically, health, OHHRAS, utility, www.healthriskindia.in


An online human health risk assessment system (OHHRAS) has been designed and developed in the form of a prototype database-driven system and made available for the population of India through a website – www. healthriskindia.in. OHHRAS provide the three utilities, that is, health survey, health status, and bio-calculators. The first utility health survey is functional on the basis of database being developed dynamically and gives the desired output to the user on the basis of input criteria entered into the system; the second utility health status is providing the output on the basis of dynamic questionnaire and ticked (selected) answers and generates the health status reports based on multiple matches set as per advise of medical experts and the third utility biocalculators are very useful for the scientists/researchers as online statistical analysis tool that gives more accuracy and save the time of user. The whole system and database-driven website has been designed and developed by using the software (mainly are PHP, My-SQL, Deamweaver, C++ etc.) and made available publically through a database-driven website (www.healthriskindia.in), which are very useful for researchers, academia, students, and general masses of all sectors.


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Prasad, U., Singh, G., & Pant, A. B. (2018). A Dynamic Human Health Risk Assessment System. Toxicology International, 19(2), 195–200. Retrieved from https://www.informaticsjournals.com/index.php/toxi/article/view/21365



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