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Game Theory Based Congestion Aware Iron Therapy for Anemia Treatment

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Asian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, 2023


  • Gabai Gabor, Iba Jabali, Label Naagarjun, Obaid Paal


Anemia is a medical condition characterized by a low level of red blood cells or hemoglobin, leading to  fatigue, weakness, and other symptoms. Iron therapy is a common treatment for anemia, but it can  cause congestion in the body, leading to adverse effects. The current paper proposes a game theorybased congestion-aware iron therapy for anemia treatment. The system aims to improve the  effectiveness and safety of iron therapy by leveraging the capabilities of game theory and congestionawareness. The paper reviews relevant literature on anemia, iron therapy, game theory, and congestionawareness. The proposed research methodology involves designing and implementing a game theorybased congestion-aware iron therapy system for anemia treatment. The paper presents the results of the  implementation and concludes by discussing the potential benefits of the proposed system.

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