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Arousals in sleep-disordered breathing: patterns and implications.
Nocturnal hypoxia exposure with simulated altitude for 14 days does not significantly alter working memory or vigilance in humans.
An electrocardiogram-based technique to assess cardiopulmonary coupling during sleep.
Mechanisms of arousal from sleep and their consequences.
A pilot study of sleep, cognition, and respiration under 4 weeks of intermittent nocturnal hypoxia in adult humans.
Measuring sleep quality after adenotonsillectomy in pediatric sleep apnea.
Classification algorithms for predicting sleepiness and sleep apnea severity.
Cyclic alternating pattern in the electroencephalogram: what is its clinical utility?
Adults with ADHD and sleep complaints: a pilot study identifying sleep-disordered breathing using polysomnography and sleep quality assessment.
Probabilistic sleep architecture models in patients with and without sleep apnea.
Electrocardiogram-based sleep spectrogram measures of sleep stability and glucose disposal in sleep disordered breathing.
Relationship between delta power and the electrocardiogram-derived cardiopulmonary spectrogram: possible implications for assessing the effectiveness of sleep.
Longitudinal course of insomnia: age-related differences in subjective sleepiness and vigilance performance in a population-based sample.
Dissociation of EEG and autonomic sleep physiology.
Sleepiness and Driving: Multidimensional Legal, Social, Technological, and Biological Challenges.
ECG-derived estimators of sleep physiology
Analysis of the sleep EEG in the complexity domain.
Association of Mild Obstructive Sleep Apnea With Cognitive Performance, Excessive Daytime Sleepiness, and Quality of Life in the General Population: The Korean Genome and Epidemiology Study (KoGES).