What is it about?

We developed a personalized medication schedule for Parkinson's disease patients using artificial intelligence and machine learning. By analyzing patients' health status and medication history through biomedical sensors, our method predicts individual responses to medication, creating an optimal and adaptable schedule that improves patients' quality of life. This approach shows promise in enhancing the management of Parkinson's disease.

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Why is it important?

Our work is crucial because it directly addresses the challenges Parkinson’s disease patients face in managing their symptoms, which can vary widely and change over time. The traditional method of creating medication schedules is often a time-consuming process of trial and error, which can significantly impact the patient’s quality of life. Our solution, using the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and machine learning, is unique in its approach to creating a tailored medication schedule that can adapt to the patient’s needs as they change throughout the day.


Creating this personalized medication schedule is a big step towards bringing tech and AI into patient care. With our method, we can predict and adjust the medication needs for people with Parkinson's disease, making their lives better. This approach could also work for other health conditions, showing us a future where healthcare is tailored to fit each person. The potential of this work to help those with Parkinson's and other conditions is both exciting and significant.

Tomasz Gutowski
Military University of Technology

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This page is a summary of: Machine learning with optimization to create medicine intake schedules for Parkinson’s disease patients, PLoS ONE, October 2023, PLOS,
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0293123.
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