How reliable is the manual correction of the autoscoring of a level IV sleep study (ApneaLink™) by an observer without experience in polysomnography?

@article{Nigro2011HowRI,
  title={How reliable is the manual correction of the autoscoring of a level IV sleep study (ApneaLink™) by an observer without experience in polysomnography?},
  author={Carlos Alberto Nigro and Silvana Malnis and Eduardo Dibur and Edgardo Edmundo Rhodius},
  journal={Sleep and Breathing},
  year={2011},
  volume={16},
  pages={275-279}
}
This study aims to compare the manual correction of the automatic analysis of ApneaLink™ between a skilled observer in the interpretation of sleep studies and a subject trained only in the scoring of ApneaLink™ device. Ninety-six subjects performed the ApneaLink™ and polysomnography (PSG) simultaneously in the sleep laboratory. Two blind observers, who were independent from the results of the PSG, performed first the automatic scoring and then the hand correction from the ApneaLink™ device. The… CONTINUE READING
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