Measuring sleep: accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity of wrist actigraphy compared to polysomnography.

@article{Marino2013MeasuringSA,
  title={Measuring sleep: accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity of wrist actigraphy compared to polysomnography.},
  author={Miguel Marino and Yi Li and Michael Rueschman and John W. Winkelman and Jeffrey M. Ellenbogen and Jo M. Solet and Hilary Dulin and Lisa F. Berkman and Orfeu M. Buxton},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 11},
  pages={1747-55}
}
OBJECTIVES We validated actigraphy for detecting sleep and wakefulness versus polysomnography (PSG). DESIGN Actigraphy and polysomnography were simultaneously collected during sleep laboratory admissions. All studies involved 8.5 h time in bed, except for sleep restriction studies. Epochs (30-sec; n = 232,849) were characterized for sensitivity (actigraphy = sleep when PSG = sleep), specificity (actigraphy = wake when PSG = wake), and accuracy (total proportion correct); the amount of… CONTINUE READING
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