Clinical neurophysiology of sleep disorders by Guilleminault C. (ed.)
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Turning on the 60-Hz ﬁlter is not the correct response to eliminate the artifact. If possible, the technologist should switch to an alternative electrode or ﬁx the one involved. asleep, the amount of time spent asleep, and if there were any disruptions during the sleep period. Patients should report on quality of sleep and the level of alertness upon arousal. It is also worthwhile for the sleep laboratory staff to know how patients intend to leave the laboratory. A patient who has a severe sleep disorder should avoid driving.
87(6): 2880–2888. Clinical Neurophysiology of Sleep Disorders Handbook of Clinical Neurophysiology, Vol. V. All rights reserved. 33 CHAPTER 3 An overview of polysomnography Sharon A. Keenan* The School of Sleep Medicine, Inc. 1. Introduction The term ‘polysomnography’ (PSG) was proposed by Holland, Dement, and Raynal in 1974 to describe the recording, analysis and interpretation of multiple, simultaneous, physiological parameters. , 1996; Butkov, 2002; Carskadon and Rechtschaffen, 2000). It is a complex procedure that should be performed by a trained technologist (ASDA, 1998).
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