Facilitating Personalisation in Epilepsy with an IoT Approach

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The premises made in this paper put the future of personalisation in epilepsy into focus, a focus that shifts from a one-size fits all to a focus on the core of the epilepsy patients’ individual characteristics. The emerging approach of personalised healthcare is known to be facilitated by the Internet of Things (IoT) and sensor-based IoT devices are in popular demand for healthcare providers due to the constant need for patient monitoring. In epilepsy, the most common and complex patients to deal with correspond to those with multiple strands of
epilepsy. These extremely varied kind of patients should be monitored precisely according to their identified key symptoms and specific characteristics then treatment tailored accordingly. Consequently, paradigms are needed to personalise this information. By focusing upon personalised parameters that
make epilepsy patients distinct this paper proposes an IoT based Epilepsy monitoring model endorsing a more accurate and refined way of remotely monitoring the ‘individual’ patient.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications
Issue number9
Publication statusPublished - 30 Sept 2021


  • IoT
  • healthcare systems
  • smart healthcare
  • personalisation


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