polysomnography

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polysomnography

n polisomnografía
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Contract notice: Ambulatory polysomnographic recorders.
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.
Due to an increase in awareness of the consequences of sleep-related breathing problems in pediatric populations, many sleep laboratories are now performing polysomnographic evaluations on patients under 18 years old.
Throughout the night, sleep experts, registered polysomnographic technologists (RPSGT), monitor each patient's activity from a centrally located control room.
Aircraft noise effects on sleep: Application of the results of a large polysomnographic field study.
Piromelatine 20/50mg treatment for 4 weeks resulted in statistically significant and clinically meaningful improvements relative to placebo in key polysomnographic (PSG) parameters including Wake After Sleep Onset (WASO)(p=0.
Sleep duration and composition were assessed using polysomnographic recording.
In this article, we describe our study of hyoid suspension surgery with UPPP as a one-stage multilevel surgical procedure in patients with OSA as determined by objective polysomnographic criteria.
Efficacy measures were patient self-reported time to sleep onset (sTSO), self-reported total sleep time (sTST), and self-reported wake after sleep onset (sWA-SO), as well as the polysomnographic end points of latency to onset of persistent sleep (LPS) and wake after persistent sleep onset (WASO), he said.
Efficacy measures were patient self-reported time to sleep onset (sTSO), self-reported total sleep time (sTST), and self-reported wake after sleep onset (sWASO), as well as the polysomnographic end points of latency to onset of persistent sleep (LPS) and wake after persistent sleep onset (WASO), he said.
In most cases, sleep disorders with frequent sleep fragmentation and characteristic periodic limb movements during sleep can be identified during a polysomnographic recording.