Yuuji Takasaki

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The SD-101 (Kenzmedico co. Ltd., Saitama, Japan), a non-invasive medical device capable of measuring respiratory parameters during sleep, has recently been developed. It operates while placed under the body like a bed pad equipped with 162 pressure sensors, with the patient in bed. To evaluate the efficacy and safety of the SD-101 for the diagnosis of sleep(More)
Recently, a noninvasive medical device (SD-101) capable of detecting breathing pattern changes in a subject lying supine or on the side has been developed. We therefore tested whether the SD-101 would be useful for diagnosing sleep apnea syndrome (SAS). Seventy patients who had been suspicious of SAS were enrolled (M/F = 61/9, mean age +/- SD = 46.6 +/-(More)
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