P 414 EEG complexity as an indication for sleep-wake patterns in patients with disorders of consciousness

@inproceedings{Wielek2017P4E,
  title={P 414 EEG complexity as an indication for sleep-wake patterns in patients with disorders of consciousness},
  author={Tomasz Wielek and Julia Lechinger and Peter Ott and Stefan Wegenkittl and Manuel Schabus and Roland Popp and Anna K Fierlbeck and R. Rupprecht and Maria Bolaki and Sofia Kokkini and Charalambos Psarologakis and Vasilis Amargianitakis and Eleni Diamantaki and Dimitris Georgopoulos and Eumorfia Kondili},
  year={2017}
}
were used to compare differences between and within groups. Results: In our study, adolescents with CFS stayed in bed longer and had a significantly delayed mid sleep time during work days compared to the healthy controls. Further, adolescents with CFS also scored significantly worse on insomnia (mean 3.4 vs 4.9), sleepiness (mean 3.7 vs 5.0) and awakening… CONTINUE READING