Catherine Morvan

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This paper deals with the conception of a new system for sleep staging in ambulatory conditions. Sleep recording is performed by means of five electrodes: two temporal, two frontal and a reference. This configuration enables to avoid the chin area to enhance the quality of the muscular signal and the hair region for patient convenience. The(More)
This study examines the strengths and weaknesses of dual education/apprenticeships and explores policy developments in the EU-28 in relation to the introduction and/or improvement of apprenticeship schemes. The study is based on data from a variety of sources, including academic literature and in-depth research in 10 EU countries. It identifies the(More)
Sleep laboratory have long waiting lists due to the high prevalence of sleep disorders and the low availability of centers. One possibility for improving patient care is an ambulatory recording at home or in a distributed center. Then the data recorded must be transferred for analysis in the specialized center. Similarly, an application is needed for the(More)
The sleep analysis and scoring program WSCORE was developed under the European Neurological Network (ENN) project. The purpose was to implement an analysis and scoring system for ambulatory and standard polysomnography. In addition to visual Rechtschaffen & Kales scoring the program offers a possibility of free form visual scoring. It contains also analysis(More)
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