overnight polysomnography

overnight polysomnography

[‚ō·vər¦nīt ‚päl·ē·səm′näg·rə·fē]
(medicine)
The overnight sleep recording of brain waves, muscle activities, eye movements, heart activity, airflow at the nose and mouth, respiratory effort, and oxygen saturation that is used to diagnose abnormalities in sleep and/or wakefulness.
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They completed a writing assignment for five minutes prior to overnight polysomnography recording in a controlled sleep laboratory.
Overnight polysomnography (PSG) was done for all patients and was considered the gold standard for diagnosis of OSA.
The screening consisted of a phone interview, in-person screening, and an overnight polysomnography test.
Before and after treatment, subjects completed questionnaires, underwent rectal manometry, and had overnight polysomnography.
Administering the Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) after overnight polysomnography (PSG) can assist in making the diagnosis of narcolepsy with cataplexy.
Greenway and his colleagues studied their slumber in a controlled setting, using overnight polysomnography to evaluate sleep efficiency, such as sleep onset and duration.
Greenway, MD, director of the outpatient research clinic at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center at Louisiana State University, and his colleagues studied their slumber in a controlled setting, using overnight polysomnography to evaluate sleep efficiency, such as sleep onset and duration.
An overnight polysomnography test is considered the gold standard for assessment and diagnosis of pediatric sleep apnea.
They investigated 400 females from a population-based random sample who answered a questionnaire and took an overnight polysomnography.
Furthermore, Lunesta was shown to produce a statistically significant reduction (when measured against placebo) in Latency to Persistent Sleep (LPS), as objectively measured by an overnight polysomnography (PSG)2).
It is important to note that most Asian prevalence studies did not use gold standard overnight Polysomnography for clinical diagnosis.
A total of 298 women (average age 82) without dementia at the beginning of the study underwent overnight polysomnography (a sleep test) and cognitive tests.