The use of an ambulatory, automatic sleep recording device (QUISI version 1.0) in the evaluation of primary snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea.

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Electroencephalogram (EEG) evaluation with polysomnography (PSG) according to the Rechtschaffen & Kales (R&K) rules is time and cost consumptive, but ambulatory polygraphy systems do not allow EEG recording routinely. As a consequence, the number of sleep disordered events cannot be calculated exactly. QUISI is a one-channel, self-applicable ambulatory EEG… (More)

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@article{Fischer2004TheUO, title={The use of an ambulatory, automatic sleep recording device (QUISI version 1.0) in the evaluation of primary snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea.}, author={Yvonne Fischer and Bernhard Junge-H{\"u}lsing and Gerhard Rettinger and Annette Panis}, journal={Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences}, year={2004}, volume={29 1}, pages={18-23} }