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Alzheimer and technology
Corchado and colleagues, in their study present the autonomous and intelligent agent that could monitor Alzheimer patients when they are taken under care. This agent (AGZLZ) is a planner that is specifically designed to assist the nurses in planning their time (Corchado, et al, p. 382-396). It would also help the nurses that have to deal with Alzheimer patients for maintaining the working reports about their activities and would guarantee that nurses are giving proper care to their patients.
Solomon in this article on Alzheimer’s disease, spots a light on the aspects of how technology is helping healthcare professionals in dealing with this disorder. It is claimed that by using phage display technology (that promotes the active immunization) Alzheimers’ β amyloid peptide (Solomon, p. 3053-3056). Immunization process helps in improving the function linked with cognition as in this procedure the bacteriophage that displays copies of self-epitope modulates the response of the immune.
In order to show how the advancing technology could help in dealing with Alzheimer’s disease, Carrillo and colleagues are appreciating the way everyday technologies are being launched for dealing with this disorder by the Alzheimers’ Association and Intel Corporation. Different associations are raising funds so that promising research could be done for coping with Alzheimer’s disease by using technology at its best (Carrillo, et al, p. 479-488). Technology in different forms would help in diagnosing, monitoring and treating Alzheimer’s disease in the near future. Aging health technology is being replaced with newer technology so that the growing needs in Alzheimer care could be met, efficiently.
Sun claims in the article, research is being done at large pharmacological and biomedical projects for devising more advanced ways of dealing with Alzheimer’s disease (Sun, p. 667-671). It is believed that life quality of AD patients (Alzheimer’s disease) largely depends on the face recognition of nurses and intimate family members, so efforts are being made to assist this process of face recognition by using advanced technology.
Carrillo, Maria C., Eric Dishman, and Tim Plowman. "Everyday technologies for Alzheimer's disease care: Research findings, directions, and challenges." Alzheimer's & Dementia 5.6 (2009): 479-488.
Corchado, Juan M., et al. "Intelligent environment for monitoring Alzheimer patients, agent technology for health care." Decision Support Systems 44.2 (2008): 382-396.
Solomon, Beka. "Active immunization against Alzheimer's β-amyloid peptide using phage display technology." Vaccine 25.16 (2007): 3053-3056.
Sun, Jing, et al. "Predicting Alzheimer's Disease Based on Network Topological Latent Representations." Journal of Medical Imaging and Health Informatics 10.3 (2020): 667-671.
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