New fingerprint treatment system could be more effective in Alzheimer’s treatment
Researchers have come up with a personalized Therapeutic Intervention Fingerprint - pTIF that will can enable tailored treatments to patients with neurological disease.
This means that treatments can be given to patients of dementia according to their individual needs instead of a standard treatment.
Every patient has different needs and responds better to treatment that is given according to the individual requirements.
Researchers used brain modeling and artificial intelligence techniques to analyze data of 331 Alzheimer’s patients to create a list of TIF subtypes.
Therapeutic Intervention Fingerprint- pTIF can target the exact problem that a patient is going through and result in a more effective treatment or therapy.
The targeted treatment approach can give better results in controlling the development of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer’s.
Medicines designed according to the pTIF subtypes would be much more effective than drugs designed to treat all patients of Alzheimer’s disease.