Diagnosis and Treatment Methods in Alzheimer's Patients Based on Modern Techniques: The Orginal Article


  • Fariba Mirakhori
  • Mina Moafi
  • Maryam Milanifard
  • Atefeh Asadi rizi
  • Hossein Tahernia




Alzheimer's, Memory, Disease Treatment, Medicine.


Alzheimer's disease is one of the problems that usually affects the elderly and causes memory problems. In order to determine the appropriate method of Alzheimer's treatment, first this complication must be accurately diagnosed. To diagnose this condition, the doctor uses various tests to rule out the possibility of other diseases. In this study, the ways of diagnosing the disease such as MRI and other methods are described and the methods of Alzheimer's treatment (pharmacological and non-pharmacological) are reviewed. In this study, by examining 121 samples of patients with Alzheimer's, recommendations have been made regarding the care of Alzheimer's patients. The results showed that memory loss is the first sign of Alzheimer's. Usually, a person with memory problems does not notice the occurrence of this problem, and friends and family members find out about this problem. The occurrence of problems in short-term memory is common in the sixth and seventh decades of life; But it does not mean the occurrence of Alzheimer's. Normal memory problems are different from the type of memory problems caused by Alzheimer's.







How to Cite

Diagnosis and Treatment Methods in Alzheimer’s Patients Based on Modern Techniques: The Orginal Article. (2022). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 1889-1907. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2022.13.S01.226