polysomnography

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polysomnography

n polisomnografía
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Portable Polysomnographic System - 32-channel, capable of real-time transmission of alerts and outpatient research.
It covers normal polysomnographic features of wakefulness and the various stages of sleep as well as polysomnographic findings characteristic of sleep-related breathing disorders, sleep-related movements, and parasomnias.
The study also aimed to explore the link between the two syndromes depending on polysomnographic and electrophysiologic data, supported by the use of Boston CTS questionnaire (BCQ), so that early diagnosis, preventive, and/or therapeutic approaches may be possible for OSA patients.
Our hypothesis, based on differences in polysomnographic results of PTSD patients and patients with depression, was that the clinical manifestation of insomnia in these two disorders will also be different.
Polysomnographic (PSG) researches of KLS have been reported only in few publications in the past decades.
Therefore it is extremely important to document both in the clinical history and the diagnostic workup including polysomnographic records, the medications, and supplements the patient is presently taking.
Objective: To reveal clinical and polysomnographic features in patients treated for restless leg syndrome, and to examine the compatibility of sleep data and clinical features.
All patients with polysomnographic evidence of OSA were included in this study.
All of the polysomnographic sleep studies were performed in the sleep disorders laboratory of our hospital.
AIM OF STUDY: To compare manual scoring with auto generated Polysomnographic scoring in Patients with clinical diagnosis of Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) and to Study over estimation/under estimation of the events.
2009), polysomnographic data was collected on children with ADHD related insomnia comparing zolpidem to a placebo; no improvement was noted in total sleep time, sleep efficiency, wake after sleep onset, or latency to persistent sleep.
In this study, we used polysomnographic (PSG) recordings from the CAP sleep database--PhysioNet [5, 6] recorded at the Sleep Disorders Center of the Ospedale Maggiore of Parma, Italy.