Distributed Coordination for Congestion-Aware Multiple Sclerosis Treatment
- Iba Jabali, Label Naagarjun, Obaid Paal, Sadavir Udichi
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the central nervous system. MS treatment involves the administration of medications that can cause congestion in the body, leading to adverse effects. The current paper proposes a distributed coordination system for congestion-aware MS treatment. The system aims to improve the effectiveness and safety of MS treatment by leveraging the capabilities of distributed coordination and congestion-awareness. The paper reviews relevant literature on MS, distributed coordination, and congestion-awareness. The proposed research methodology involves designing and implementing a distributed coordination system for congestion-aware MS treatment. The paper presents the results of the implementation and concludes by discussing the potential benefits of the proposed system.