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Patients in the acute care units (ACU) are usually critically ill, making them more susceptible to the unfavorable atmosphere in the hospital. One of these unfavorable factors is sleep disruption and deprivation. Many factors may affect sleep in the...
Patients in the acute care units (ACU) are usually critically ill, making them more susceptible to the unfavorable atmosphere in the hospital. One of these unfavorable factors is sleep disruption and deprivation. Many factors may affect sleep in the...
BACKGROUND: In the clinical practice of sleep medicine, the coexistence of common sleep disorders is not uncommon. Patients with sleep disordered breathing (SDB) may present with insomnia, and studies have shown that SDB is common among insomnia...
INTRODUCTION: We assessed the effect of periodic leg movements (PLMs) on sleep architecture in narcolepsy patients by comparing sleep patterns in narcoleptics of comparable age with and without PLMs. METHODS: Patients diagnosed with narcolepsy...
Recently, there has been growing interest in determining the best hygrometry level during noninvasive ventilation (NIV) and its potential influence on outcome. Several factors may influence hygrometry measures, which can be categorized into physical...
Noninvasive ventilation (NIV) has become a standard practice in the hospital and at home for several acute and chronic respiratory diseases. While the routine use of humidification in invasive ventilation has become a standard of care, there is no...