ICNC Abstracts, ICNC 2018

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Abrorjon Khoshimov

Last modified: 2018-09-09


Objectives: We aimed to study a method for evaluating the maturity of integrative sleep aids for children with age-appropriate.

Methods: Polysomnographic studies were conducted in 60 children: 40 patients with neurological disorders (syndrome deficiency of attention and hyperactivity (SDAH), obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS), dysphasia and 20 healthy children aged 6-11 years. Nighttime sleep study was conducted with parallel video-monitoring for 8 hours, with enhanced awakening, using hardware and software Neuronsectr-4/EP. Polysomnograms analysis carried out in accordance with international standards (A.Rechtschaffen and A.Kales).

Results: Based on the analysis of polysomnography options we offered maturity index of integrative sleep aids (MIS) in children (The method for determining the quality of nighttime sleep in children.

MIS was calculated using the formula MIS=SRS/FRS, where MIS is - maturity index integrative sleep aids, SRS - the phase of slow REM sleep as a percentage of total sleep duration, FRS – quick REM sleep as a percentage of total sleep duration. In the group of healthy children the value of MIS was 1,20 ± 0,1. In patients with SDAH, MIS was significantly higher than in healthy children and amounted to 2,6 ± 0,2 (p <0.05). For children suffering from obstructive sleep apnea index is 2,3 ± 0,1 (p <0.05).

Conclusions: Thus, an indicator of a physiologically optimum of sleep patterns in healthy children aged 5 years is the value of the maturity sleep index less than 1.5, while the pathology it increases than 1.5 times more.

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