Case Studies in Sleep Neurology: Common and Uncommon by Antonio Culebras

By Antonio Culebras

Sleep problems are more and more famous as an enormous medical challenge, with major morbidity and significant monetary significance. This compendium of case experiences provides a various variety of occasions which problem the problem-solving skills of all these drawn to sleep problems, protecting either universal and weird instances. every one case starts with a scientific historical past, by means of exam findings and detailed investigations and culminating in prognosis, therapy and administration, with dialogue of differential prognosis the place acceptable. Focusing recognition at the significant different types of sleep medication, together with insomnia, hypersomnias, sleep-breathing problems, parasomnias, flow problems, circadian dysrhythmias and the neurology of sleep, this scientific advisor promotes integrative pondering and diagnostic ability. ancient and evaluation citations, illustrations and concise real-life tales stimulate reminiscence and facilitate studying. Written and edited through a world cadre of sleep pros, this booklet will tell and problem proven experts and supply a stimulating instructing instrument for these in education.

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The patient stopped his morphine 3 months prior to the second PSG study, which was carried out with CPAP, and it can be argued that CPAP was responsible for the improved breathing during sleep. The management of patients with CSA of whatever cause is uncertain. A number of therapies have been suggested. CPAP was advocated for CSA in the 1980s, only several years following its introduction for the treatment of OSA. The effectiveness of CPAP might be via its role in preventing overbreathing and reduction of CO2.

She had no history of coughing or wheezing. She had a good weight gain and had attained her developmental milestones appropriately. Her family history was not contributory. Examination The physical examination revealed an apparently healthy and well-developed but overweight infant. Her weight was at the 50th percentile for her age, while her height was at the 5th percentile. She did not have craniofacial anomalies. She was breathing through her nose while awake. She had þ2 tonsillar hypertrophy.

Cheyne–Stokes respiration is also commonly found in patients with supratentorial stroke – in one series, it was present in 50% of patients. However, it is unknown whether it affects the mortality risk in these patients as it does in congestive heart failure. 9 Case 1 Several features of our patient are representative of opioid-induced CSA as reported in the literature. 8 kg/m2). The great majority of patients with OSA are overweight or obese; in fact, this is probably the most important risk factor for OSA.

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