Teck Hock Lee

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OBJECTIVE To study the feasibility of using acoustic signatures in snore signals for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). METHODS Snoring sounds of 30 apneic snorers (24 males; 6 females; apnea-hypopnea index, AHI=46.9+/-25.7events/h) and 10 benign snorers (6 males; 4 females; AHI=4.6+/-3.4events/h) were captured in a sleep laboratory. The(More)
Stepwise multiple regression analysis (forward method) was performed with 22 gait variables obtained from the free and slow gait of 35 normal controls (women without knee arthropathy). These 22 variables were target variables, and velocity, age, body height, and body weight were explanatory variables. Velocity showed the greatest effect on the gait(More)
A 49-year-old housewife had suffered from classical seropositive rheumatoid arthritis for 24 years. The shoulders and hands were involved but the most severs pain and deformity were in both elbows and knees. Consequently, she was unable to sit on wheel chair and was confined to a bed. And then, she was admitted to the Chiba Rehabilitation Center in(More)
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