Anette von Bodman

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Diese Übersicht beschäftigt sich mit Hypothesen zum plötzlichen Säuglingstod. Die Apnoehypothese erklärt den plötzlichen Kindstod (SID) als Folge einer Atempause, sie basiert aber auf Mordfällen, und Obduktionsergebnisse sprechen gegen diese Hypothese. Eine andere Hypothese erklärt SID durch Herzrhythmusstörungen bei einem Long-QT-Syndrom, die in(More)
Schlafbezogene Atmungsstörungen (SBAS) gehören zu den häufigsten Erkrankungen im Kindesalter. Dennoch sind ihre Symptome und differenzialdiagnostischen Schritte nicht allen Kinderärzten bekannt, sodass viele Kinder mit SBAS nicht adäquat versorgt werden. Diese Übersicht soll auf die unterschiedlichen Formen, die typische Symptomatik und die diagnostischen(More)
Supine sleeping is recommended to prevent the sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Low birth weight infants are at increased risk for SIDS, which is increased further if they are placed prone. Prone sleeping, however, also has advantages for preterm infants, such as a reduced apnoea rate, an increased lung volume and more quiet sleep. In their first weeks(More)
Abbreviated home polysomnography may be an alternative to laboratory polysomnography in children but is not yet generally accepted, partly due to a lack of reference values. Also, there are no normative data on respiratory events obtained using nasal prongs. We determined the prevalence and frequency of central, obstructive, and mixed apneas and hypopneas(More)
Infants with Pierre-Robin sequence (PRS) may suffer severe upper airway obstruction resulting in hypoxemia that is difficult to treat. We are currently evaluating a new therapeutic approach involving an oral appliance that widens the pharynx by pulling the base of the tongue forward using a preepiglottic baton. Here we present a patient treated with this(More)
Introduction: Supine sleeping is recommended to prevent sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Anecdotal evidence, however, suggests that cyanotic episodes are more common in neonates sleeping supine. We wanted to determine whether term neonates do indeed have more episodes of intermittent hypoxia in the supine than in the side position.Methods: We enrolled(More)
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