Congestion-Aware Flexible Probes for Multiple Sclerosis Monitoring
- Adalbert Baadal, Cabbon Eachan, Gabai Gabor, Iba Jabali
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. The monitoring of MS progression is crucial for the effective management of the disease. Flexible probes are a promising technology for the development of biomedical systems for MS monitoring. However, the performance of flexible probes can be affected by network congestion, which can reduce the accuracy of monitoring. This article proposes a congestion-aware approach for flexible probes for MS monitoring. The literature review examines the current state of MS monitoring, the challenges faced by flexible probes, and the potential benefits of congestion-aware approaches. The research methodology involves the development of a congestion-aware flexible probe system for MS monitoring. The results show that the proposed approach can improve the accuracy of MS monitoring in congested networks. The conclusion discusses the implications of these findings for future research and the potential for congestion-aware approaches to improve monitoring in other healthcare domains.