Breathing, sleep, and diabetic autonomic neuropathy.

@article{Catterall1984BreathingSA,
  title={Breathing, sleep, and diabetic autonomic neuropathy.},
  author={James R. Catterall and Peter M.A. Calverley and David J. Ewing and Colin Michael Shapiro and Basil F. Clarke and Neil J. Douglas},
  journal={Diabetes},
  year={1984},
  volume={33 11},
  pages={
          1025-7
        }
}
  • James R. Catterall, Peter M.A. Calverley, +3 authors Neil J. Douglas
  • Published in Diabetes 1984
  • Medicine
  • Sudden, unexplained deaths are relatively common in diabetic autonomic neuropathy. As disturbed autonomic function has been associated with sleep apnea, and sleep apnea with sudden death, we recorded breathing patterns, arterial oxygen saturation, and EEG during sleep in 8 male diabetic subjects with severe autonomic neuropathy and 8 age-matched, male diabetic subjects without autonomic neuropathy. None of the patients with autonomic neuropathy had more than 11 apneic episodes per night, and… CONTINUE READING

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