Relationship between Anthropometric Indicators and Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome in the Mexican Population
Alberto Labra, MD, Reyes Haro-Valencia, PhD, Montserrat Roldán-Navarro, MS, Mauricio Ruiz-Morales, MD and Francisco Sánchez-Narváez, PhD
Article Type: Original Article | First Published: September 30, 2021
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) is a consequence of a reduced area at the upper respiratory tract that leads to obstruction and cessation of airflow, causing oxygen desaturation and fragmentation of the sleep architecture. Between 60 and 70% of patients with OSAS are obese. We present a longitudinal, prospective, observational and analytical study. A sample of 89 patients with a polysomnographic diagnosis of OSAS was studied. The following anthropometric variables were determined: Neck C...
The Impact of Surgery duration and Surgery End Time on Postoperative Sleep in Older Adults
Danielle Tran, BS, Christopher Tang, BS, Sanam Tabatabai, BS, Devon Pleasants, BS, Christopher Choukalas, MD, MS, Jie Min, MS, Quyen Do, MS, Laura Sands, PhD, Kathryn Lee, RN, PhD and Jacqueline M Leung, MD, MPH
Article Type: Original Investigation | First Published: August 16, 2021
Sleep disruption is prevalent in older patients. No previous studies have considered the impact of surgery duration or surgery end time of day on postoperative sleep disruption. Accordingly, we examined the duration of surgery and surgery end times for associations with postoperative sleep disruption. Inclusion criteria were patients ≥ 65 years of age undergoing major, non-cardiac surgery. Sleep disruption was measured by wrist actigraphy and defined as wake after sleep onset (WASO) during the...