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A Case of Nasal Surgery for a Positive Airway Pressure-Intolerant OSAS Patient Due to Nasal Obstruction

Jung JH, Seon SW, Hong SN, Choi JH

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):97-99.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.97
Positive airway pressure (PAP) is currently recommended as a primary treatment for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) and positively affects various subjective and objective parameters related to OSAS, such as...
A Case of Bariatric Surgery for an OSAS Patient with Severe Obesity

Lee SK, Hong SN, Jung JH, Choi JH

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):93-96.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.93
Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) has negative effects on health, including increased mortality, risk of cardiovascular disease, and neurocognitive difficulties. OSAS is common in obese patients and obesity is an...
Safety and Efficacy of the Mandibular Advancement Device 'Bioguard' for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Prospective, Multi-Center, Single Group, and Non-Inferiority Trial

Kim HW, Hwang C, Eun HJ

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):84-92.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.84
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to estimate the safety and efficacy of a mandibular advancement device (MAD), 'Bioguard,' for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). METHODS: In this...
Survey of Insomnia Treatment Status for Doctors

Choi Y, Lee MH, Choi JW, Kim S, Kim J, Lee YJ

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):77-83.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.77
OBJECTIVES: The present study investigated current practices of insomnia treatment among Korean doctors in clinical settings. METHODS: A total of 100 doctors participated in the present study and filled out a...
Effects of Sleep on Balance Control and Reaction Time to Visual Stimuli

Park S, Park JA, Park K, Kim JH, Hong Y

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):68-76.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.68
OBJECTIVES: To find evidence that sleep is necessary for normal brain function, thus indicating that declines in both sleep quality and quantity are related to worse performance of many daily...
Comparative Effects of Mattress Type on Subjective and Objective Sleep Quality: A Preliminary Study

Choi JW, Lee YJ, Kim S, Lee J, Jeong DU

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):61-67.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.61
OBJECTIVES: We aimed to evaluate the effects of mattress type on both objective and subjective sleep quality in healthy good sleepers. METHODS: Fifteen healthy good sleepers with a mean age of...
Impact of Dim Artificial Light at Night (dALAN) Exposure during Sleep on Human Fatigue

Cho AR, Cho CH, Yoon HK, Moon JH, Lee HJ, Kim L

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):53-60.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.53
OBJECTIVES: Exposure to light at night has become pervasive in modern society. The impact of dim artificial light at night (dALAN) exposure on sleep and fatigue is not well recognized....
Sleep and Temperature

Kim HG, Seo WS

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2016 Dec;23(2):47-52.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2016.23.2.47
Changes in core body temperature are closely related to initiation and maintenance of sleep, and are influenced by various factors such as air temperature, room temperature, clothing, human activities, and...

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