Guidelines for the multiple sleep latency test
(MSLT): a standard measure of sleepiness.
Sensitivity and specificity of the multiple sleep latency test
(MSLT), the maintenance of wakefulness test and the epworth sleepiness scale: failure of the MSLT as a gold standard.
Hypersomnia in bipolar depression: a comparison with narcolepsy using the multiple sleep latency test
To test that hypothesis, the researchers analyzed 377 multiple sleep latency tests
performed at their facility over 1 year.
This included the Multiple Sleep Latency Test
(MSLT), an objective assessment of daytime sleepiness.
The study showed that PROVIGIL significantly improved wakefulness compared to placebo, as measured by the Multiple Sleep Latency Test
(MSLT), an objective measure of sleepiness (p<0.
Patients administered PROVIGIL plus nCPAP also showed a significant reduction in their tendency to fall asleep, as measured by the Multiple Sleep Latency Test
PROVIGIL had a statistically significant benefit in reducing excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) as measured by the Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS), the primary endpoint in the study, and the multiple sleep latency test
Overnight polysomnography and next-day multiple sleep latency tests
represent the most commonly used sleep studies usually reserved for cases of insomnia with an organic cause.