Overnight S100B in Parkinson's Disease: A glimpse into sleep-related neuroinflammation.
Porto Alegre, Brazil. In Neurosci Lett, Dec 2015
To explore the relationship between S100B, disease severity, sleep symptoms and polysomnography (PSG) findings, overnight changes in serum S100B levels were investigated for the first time in PD. 17 fully treated, non-demented, moderately advanced PD patients underwent PSG and clinical assessment of sleep symptoms.
Pupillometric findings in children with obstructive sleep apnea.
Chicago, United States. In Sleep Med, Oct 2015
METHODS: Children ages 2-12 years underwent polysomnography (PSG), and were divided based on PSG findings into two groups; Habitual Snorers (HS; AHI < 1 h/TST, n = 17) and OSA (AHI > 1 h/TST, n = 49), the latter then sub-divided into AHI severity categories (>1 but <5, >5 but <10, and >10 h/TST).
Montpellier, France. In Sleep Med Rev, Oct 2015
Polysomnography (PSG) followed by a multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) is mandatory, as well as a 24 h PSG or a 2-wk actigraphy in association with a sleep log to ensure a total 24-h sleep time longer than or equal to 66O minutes, when the mean sleep latency on the MSLT is longer than 8 min.
Evaluation of an automated single-channel sleep staging algorithm.
Euclid, United States. In Nat Sci Sleep, 2014
The objective of this paper is to evaluate the performance of a new algorithm called Z-PLUS, which further differentiates sleep as detected by Z-ALG into Light Sleep, Deep Sleep, and Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep, against laboratory polysomnography (PSG) using a consensus of expert visual scorers.
Myotonic dystrophy type 1, daytime sleepiness and REM sleep dysregulation.
Montpellier, France. In Sleep Med Rev, 2012
As EDS clearly impacts on physical and social functioning of DM1 patients, studies are needed to identify the best appropriate tools to identify hypersomnia, and clarify the indications for polysomnography (PSG) and multiple sleep latency test (MSLT) in DM1.