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A Case of Continuous Positive Airway Pressure Therapy in a Patient with Central Sleep Apnea and Heart Failure

An JY, Kim SB, Kang HH

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2017 Dec;24(2):118-123.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2017.24.2.118
Central sleep apnea (CSA) is a highly prevalent comorbidity in patients with heart failure and may present in 25 to 40 percent of heart failure patients. Continuous positive airway pressure...
The Characteristics of REM Sleep-Dependent Obstructive Sleep Apnea and NREM Sleep-Dependent Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Seo MC, Choi JW, Joo EJ, Lee KY, Bhang SY, Kim EJ

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2017 Dec;24(2):106-117.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2017.24.2.106
OBJECTIVES: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a sleep-related breathing disorder that is characterized by repetitive collapse or partial collapse of the upper airway during sleep in spite of ongoing effort...
The Sleep Characteristics of Chronic Schizophrenia Patients with Insomnia in Community-based Mental Health Services

Hwang DK, Nam M, Lee YJ

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2017 Dec;24(2):97-105.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2017.24.2.97
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate sleep characteristics and factors associated with sleep disturbance in schizophrenia patients with concurrent active psychotic symptoms and insomnia. METHODS: Schizophrenia patients with insomnia and active psychotic symptoms (n...
The Effects of Sleep Apnea and Variables on Cognitive Function and the Mediating Effect of Depression

Park KW, Kim HW, Choi MR, Kim BJ, Kim TH, Song OS, Eun HJ

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2017 Dec;24(2):86-96.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2017.24.2.86
OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to analyze causality among sleep apnea, depression and cognitive function in patients with obstructive sleep apnea. METHODS: We reviewed the medical records of 105 patients with sleep...
Targeted Memory Reactivation can Enhance Memory Consolidation during Sleep

Cyn J

  • Sleep Med Psychophysiol.
  • 2017 Dec;24(2):79-85.
  • doi: 10.14401/KASMED.2017.24.2.79
Targeted memory reactivation (TMR) is a method whereby cues associated with previous learning are used to externally reactivate aspects of this learning. Research findings demonstrate that TMR can be a...

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