Digital monitoring of sleep-disordered breathing using snoring sound and arterial oxygen saturation.

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A new portable digital recorder (SNORESAT) that uses the sound of snoring and arterial oxygen saturation (SaO2) to monitor breathing abnormalities during sleep was constructed and compared in the laboratory with standard overnight polysomnography (PSG). The device digitally records sound from a transducer applied to the chest and SaO2 from a commercially… (More)

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@article{Issa1993DigitalMO, title={Digital monitoring of sleep-disordered breathing using snoring sound and arterial oxygen saturation.}, author={F G Issa and Debra L. Morrison and E Hadjuk and Apoorva Iyer and Thom R Feroah and John E. Remmers}, journal={The American review of respiratory disease}, year={1993}, volume={148 4 Pt 1}, pages={1023-9} }