polysomnography


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Related to polysomnography: sleep apnea, Obstructive Sleep Apnea
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polysomnography

n polisomnografía
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Diagnostic device segment comprises of actigraphs, polysomnography, respiratory polygraphs, and pulse oximeters.
Bamagoos, M.B.B.S., from the Charles Perkins Centre at the University of Sydney, and colleagues used a clinically-applicable method to estimate OSA traits from routine polysomnography in 93 patients and examine whether they were associated with oral appliance efficacy and could predict treatment response.
Lab-based polysomnography incorporates an electroencephalogram (EEG) to measure your brain waves as you sleep, an electrooculogram (EOG) to track your eye movements, and an electromyogram (EMG) to track chin movement.
Considering this, we carried out a six-week prospective study on the effect of olanzapine on polysomnography profiles of schizophrenia patients in an acute phase of illness.
For the CM1, the neurosurgeon suggested both polysomnography and MRI follow-up.
A video EEG examination was found normal and an appointment for polysomnography was made with a prediagnosis of narcolepsy.
The inclusion criteria included patients diagnosed with ADHD, randomization of stimulant drugs, sleep measured by actigraphy or polysomnography, and adequate statistical information to calculate effect sizes of key sleep variables (Pediatrics.
Dx diagnostic supports services that are offered in the 22 state owned social enterprises of the SDS network, specifically nuclear medicine, polysomnography, audiology tests and radiology and diagnostic images.
Alvin Community College (Texas) polysomnography students became the teachers of several Houston-area physicians on July 9, showing them the technology used in sleep studies.
All the children underwent an extensive evaluation, including a sleep study (polysomnography) and a number of sleep quality and quality-of-life instruments at the start of the study, and again seven months later.
Compared with placebo, melatonin increased total sleep time by 36 minutes (p < 0.05), increased sleep efficiency by 7.6% (p < 0.05), and decreased sleep onset latency to stage 2 by 14 minutes (p = 0.001), as assessed by polysomnography. Sleep onset latency remained significantly shortened on the night after discontinuation of melatonin, suggesting a carryover effect.