Sandra Martinez

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In a sample of 25 adult male subjects with moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea, the interaction among craniofacial, airway, tongue, and hyoid variables was quantified by means of a canonical correlation analysis. One lateral cephalometric radiograph with the teeth in occlusion was obtained for each subject together with overnight polysomnographic(More)
We examined the association of maternal prenatal [range of median blood lead level 7.5-9.0 microg/dl (0.36-0.43 micromol/l) during pregnancy] and child postnatal blood lead level [range of median blood lead level from birth to 48 months 7.0-10.0 microg/dl (0.34-0.48 micromol/l)] with head circumference in from 119 to 199 children from the Mexico City(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate of the effect of 7 days of sleep restriction--with sleep placed at the beginning of night or early morning hours - on sleep variables, maintenance of wakefulness test, and serum leptin. METHODS After screening young adults with questionnaires and actigraphy for 1 week, eight young adult males were recruited to participate in a sleep(More)
This study's aims were to determine: (1) prevalence of periodic leg movements (PLMs) in walking prepubertal children consulting a sleep clinic for any sleep disorder; (2) associations between PLMs and other sleep and medical disorders; and (3) the response of other sleep disorders to treatment with the dopamine agonist pramipexol. Clinical evaluation and(More)
To determine the temporal pattern of the effect of postnatal blood lead level on the General Cognitive Index (GCI) of the McCarthy Scales of Children's Abilities, we used data from 112 children of the Mexico City Prospective Lead Study with complete evaluations from 36 to 60 months of age at 6-month intervals. We measured blood lead level every 6 months(More)
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