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Polysomnographic in Medical News

Women with severe PMS perceive their sleep quality to be poor

... 12 controls. The subjects, all 18-40 years of age, had laboratory-based polysomnographic recordings at two phases of the menstrual cycle: follicular phase and late ... commonly report sleep disturbances, but the few studies using conventional polysomnographic measures have produced conflicting results. In this study, we ...

Transcept Pharmaceuticals to Report Second Quarter 2009 Results

... clinical studies evaluated 376 patients receiving either Intermezzo (R) or placebo. In the first study, a sleep laboratory trial using an objective polysomnographic endpoint, Intermezzo (R) demonstrated a statistically significant decrease versus placebo in the time it took patients to return to sleep as ...

Stable marriage is linked with better sleep in women

... of Women's Health Across the Nation, with a mean age of 51 years. Participants reported their current relationship status at annual visits. In-home polysomnographic (PSG) sleep studies were conducted over three successive nights 6 to 8 years after baseline. Subjects also wore wrist activity monitors, which ...

High levels of prenatal smoking exposure affect sleep patterns in preterm neonates

... study. None of the infants had suffered from sleep deprivation in the 48 hours prior to the sleep recording session. Infants received overnight polysomnographic recordings in isolated rooms. Researchers measured sleep period time, beginning at the first sleep onset and the ending at the last awakening; the ...

New tool to assess excessive daytime sleepiness in adolescents published in JCSM

... cohort study (Cleveland Sleep and Health Study) who did not have evidence of a sleep related breathing disorder by objective overnight polysomnographic monitoring or reported snoring. According to the study, the CASQs internal consistency was good. Correlations between the CASQ and the two other ...

C -reactive Protein is the Marker for Cardiovascular Disease

... inflammatory disorder, and is associated with increased risk for cognitive deficits. At the sleep center, the children underwent overnight polysomnographic assessment and then, in the morning, completed tests to determine their reasoning and conceptual abilities. The results of the individual tests ...

Individual Differences in Sleep Structure are Biologically Determined

... interspersed with three 36-hour sleep deprivation periodsthat is, three nights without any sleep. During the eight nights when sleep was allowed, polysomnographic recordingswhich show brain waves, eye movements, and muscle tonewere done. The researchers assessed 18 standard sleep parameters, including ...

Patients With OSA at Higher Risk for Cardiovascular Disease

... Ten healthy nonsmokers were recruited from a wellness clinic at the same hospital to serve as controls. The OSA patients were given polysomnographic testing to verify the diagnosis. This involved evaluating brain waves, electrical activity of muscles, eye movements, breathing rates, blood ...
Polysomnographic in Medical Technology

Arena Pharmaceuticals Announces Preliminary Results of Phase 2b Clinical Trial of APD125 for the Treatment of Insomnia

... but does not anticipate any further development of APD125. "While we are disappointed and anticipated a different result based on objective polysomnographic results from our previous studies, our priority remains the successful development of lorcaserin, our proprietary investigative treatment for ....

Arena Pharmaceuticals Presented Positive Phase 2a Clinical Trial Results of APD125 for the Treatment of Insomnia at 22nd Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies

... onset. When compared to placebo in the Phase 2a clinical trial, patients treated with APD125 experienced statistically significant improvements in polysomnographic (PSG) measurements of sleep maintenance, or the ability to maintain sleep during the night after falling asleep. These improvements were achieved ...

Neurogen Proprietary Insomnia Compound Data for Two Studies Presented at Associated Professional Sleep Societies Annual Meeting

... of four dose groups of NG2-73 versus placebo in reducing Latency to Persistent Sleep (LPS) in healthy adults in a sleep laboratory, single-night, polysomnographic model of transient insomnia. This model of transient insomnia used both first night adaptation and "phase-advance" to create insomnia in healthy ...
Polysomnographic in Medical Definition

Polysomnographic technician

... A polysomnographic technologist (or PSGT ) runs overnight ... of sleep medicine. This differs from a Registered polysomnographic technician (RPSGT) in that they have not yet ... registry exam through the Board of Registered polysomnographic Technologists or BRPT. Taking the registry exam ...
Polysomnographic in Biological News

Fat intake negatively influences the sleep pattern in healthy adults

... 52 healthy volunteers between 20-45 years of age, whose food intake was analyzed by a three-day food record. Their sleep pattern was evaluated by a polysomnographic recording. We showed that an increased fat intake was associated with a lower percentage of REM sleep, a higher arousal index and apnea-hypopnea ...
Polysomnographic in Biological Technology

Purdue Pharmaceutical Products L.P. and Transcept Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Sign Exclusive Agreement to Commercialize Intermezzo(R) in the United States

... studies evaluated 376 patients receiving either Intermezzo ((R)) or placebo. In the first study, a sleep laboratory trial using an objective polysomnographic endpoint, Intermezzo ((R)) demonstrated a statistically significant decrease versus placebo in the time it took patients to return to sleep as ...
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