B Dobladez

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BACKGROUND The sleep apnea syndrome (SAS) and high blood pressure (HBP) present multiple relations. Apnea culminates with an increase in arterial pressure, and a high percentage of apneic patients have HBP. It has also been reported that SAS is more frequent among hypertensive patients than among the general population. METHODS In the present study 91(More)
Bromazepam was administered in a single dose of 1.5 mg one-half hour before bedtime to study its short-term action and the effect of its discontinuation on the sleep of 6 children suffering from night terrors. On the third night of the drug's administration, a statistically significant reduction in slow-wave sleep was observed which was maintained after the(More)
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