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2961. Effect on sleep of posterior hypothalamus stimulation in cluster headache. (Abstract)

attacks, reduced sleep efficiency, fragmented sleep and increased periodic limb movements in sleep (PLMS). During DBS nocturnal CH attacks were abolished and sleep efficiency and PLMS improved. BcT degrees circadian rhythm was normal both before and during DBS.Our data show that DBS of posterior hypothalamus in drug-resistant chronic CH is effective in curtailing nocturnal CH attacks, and is associated with improved sleep structure and quality. Chronic CH displays a normal circadian rhythm of BcT

2007 Headache

2962. Long-term follow-up of Iranian veteran upper extremity amputees from the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988). Full Text available with Trip Pro

Long-term follow-up of Iranian veteran upper extremity amputees from the Iran-Iraq war (1980-1988). Despite their frequency, there are limited reports concerning long-term follow up of upper limb amputation among battle-injured patients, which occurred at a young age. The purpose of this study was to evaluate how well these patients function years after their injury.The study consisted of a thorough assessment and examination and review of the history and war time medical records of 25 Iranian (...) veteran amputees from imposed Iran-Iraq war with a comprehensive survey including a detailed questionnaire. Information was analyzed and compared with limited similar reports in the literature.Out of 200 war amputees there were 25 unilateral upper limb amputees; all others were lower limb amputees. The average age at the time of injury was 23.06 years, average age at follow-up was 41.55 years, and the average time between injury and follow-up was 17.5 years. The most common level of amputation

2006 Journal of Trauma

2963. Functional outcome of extensor carpi radialis longus transfer for finger flexion in posttraumatic flexor muscle loss. (Abstract)

with that of the opposite normal limb. The average follow-up period was 41 months. We compared the results obtained with other modalities of restoration of finger flexion, namely a pedicled latissimus dorsi muscle transfer or a free functioning muscle transfer (FFMT) using the series available in the literature.Four patients had a good result with a DPD of 0 cm in all fingers and an average grip strength of 65% of the opposite hand. Two patients had an average result with a DPD of 1.5, 2, 1.7, and 1.5 cm for the index (...) . In such instances the range of movement and grip strength achieved are better than a latissimus dorsi muscle pedicle graft and are comparable with a FFMT. This is achieved earlier than the time taken for reinnervation of FFMT and without the attendant risks for flap failure. The ECRL transfer for finger flexor restoration is a more simple alternative that should be considered when possible.

2005 Journal of Hand Surgery - American

2964. Circadian variation in neuroendocrine response to L-dopa in patients with restless legs syndrome. (Abstract)

, 45, 60, 75, 90, 102, and 120 minutes after administration.Prechallenge levels of plasma values of growth hormone or prolactin did not differ in the 2 subject groups. Following only the nighttime administration of L-dopa, RLS patients manifested a more pronounced inhibition of prolactin release and an increase in growth hormone secretion. Prolactin plasma levels were significantly correlated to the periodic limb movement index on the polysomnogram.These findings may reflect enhanced circadian

2004 Sleep Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2965. Effects of oral atenolol on volatile anesthetic induction with sevoflurane in adults. (Abstract)

groups: a control group ( n = 12) and a beta-blocker group ( n = 12). Each patient in the beta-blocker group was premedicated with oral atenolol 25 mg 1 h before the induction of anesthesia. Anesthesia was induced by the repeated vital capacity technique with 5% sevoflurane and 66% nitrous oxide. The trachea was intubated 5 min after sevoflurane exposure. The CO and BIS index, as well as the induction time and specific side effects of induction (e.g., movement of limbs), were recorded.There were (...) period. The hemodynamic changes caused by endotracheal intubation were inhibited in the beta-blocker group but not in the control group.Oral premedication with 25 mg of atenolol provides a more rapid decrease in BIS index and is recommended for use in stable volatile anesthetic induction with sevoflurane.

2004 Journal of anesthesia Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2966. Efficacy of pergolide in treatment of restless legs syndrome: the PEARLS Study. (Abstract)

Impression (PGI) scale continued on double-blind pergolide or placebo, and nonresponders received open-label pergolide up to 1.5 mg/d for 12 months of treatment (phase 2). Sleep efficiency (SE) and periodic limb movements during sleep (PLMS) arousal index were monitored by centrally evaluated polysomnography (PSG). The severity of RLS was assessed using the validated International RLS Scale (IRLS).In phase 1 (change from baseline to week 6), pergolide reduced PLMS arousal index vs placebo (mean +/- SD (...) , -12.6 +/- 10.0 vs -3.6 +/- 15.9; p = 0.004), and SE did not improve (mean +/- SD, +11.3 +/- 11.9% vs +6.1 +/- 18.6%; p = 0.196). Pergolide improved RLS severity score (-12.2 +/- 9.9 vs -1.8 +/- 7.5 placebo; p < 0.001) and was associated with a higher PGI response (68.1% vs 15.1%; p < 0.001) and improvements in periodic limb movements (PLM) index, PGI improvement scale, Clinical Global Impression improvement, and IRLS (all p < 0.001), patient-reported SE (p = 0.019), and quality of sleep (p < 0.001

2004 Neurology Controlled trial quality: predicted high

2967. Supplementation of a home-based exercise programme with a class-based programme for people with osteoarthritis of the knees: a randomised controlled trial and health economic analysis. (Abstract)

by a physiotherapist. Classes represented typical knee class provision in the UK.Assessments of locomotor function, using a timed score of three locomotor activities, walking pain and self-reported disability with the Western Ontario and McMaster's Universities osteoarthritis index (WOMAC) were made. General health, lower limb strength, range of movement and compliance with exercise were also measured. Patients were assessed before and after treatment, and also at 6- and 12-month follow-ups. The economic (...) allocated to either home-based exercise or home exercise supplemented with class exercise programmes.A total of 214 patients, meeting the American College of Rheumatology's classification of knee osteoarthritis, were selected from referrals from the primary and secondary care settings.Both groups were given a home exercise programme aimed at increasing lower limb strength, and endurance, and improving balance. The supplemented group also attended 8 weeks of twice-weekly knee classes run

2004 Health technology assessment (Winchester, England) Controlled trial quality: predicted high

2968. Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, short-term trial of ropinirole in restless legs syndrome. (Abstract)

Randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, short-term trial of ropinirole in restless legs syndrome. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a condition characterized by an urge to move the legs, usually accompanied by lower limb paresthesias. These symptoms worsen at rest, are relieved by activity, and are worse at night. Previous studies have suggested that dopaminergic drugs such as L-dopa and dopamine agonists, as well as benzodiazepines and opioids, can treat RLS successfully. The purpose (...) of this study was to test the clinical efficacy of ropinirole, a D2/D3 agonist, in the treatment of RLS in a double-blind, short-term, placebo-controlled clinical trial.After undergoing successful open-label titration and dose adjustments with ropinirole for RLS symptoms over a period of 4 weeks, 22 RLS patients (mean age=50.8; mean duration of symptoms=26.1 years) were randomized to receive either placebo (n=13) or ropinirole (n=9) for 2 additional weeks. Outcome measures included assessment of periodic

2005 Sleep medicine Controlled trial quality: predicted high

2969. Acute Rhodiola rosea intake can improve endurance exercise performance. (Abstract)

% salidroside plus 500 mg starch) or placebo (P, 700 mg starch) speed of limb movement (plate tapping test), aural and visual reaction time, and the ability to sustain attention (Fepsy Vigilance test) were assessed. Day 2: Following the same intake procedure as on day 1, maximal isometric knee-extension torque and endurance exercise capacity were tested. Following a 5-day washout period, the experimental procedure was repeated, with the treatment regimens being switched between groups (session 2).A double (...) Acute Rhodiola rosea intake can improve endurance exercise performance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of acute and 4-week Rhodiola rosea intake on physical capacity, muscle strength, speed of limb movement, reaction time, and attention.A double blind placebo-controlled randomized study (n= 24) was performed, consisting of 2 sessions (2 days per session). Day 1: One hour after acute Rhodiola rosea intake (R, 200-mg Rhodiola rosea extract containing 3% rosavin + 1

2004 International journal of sport nutrition and exercise metabolism Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2970. Nightmares: from anxiety symptom to sleep disorder. (Abstract)

tend to underestimate nightmare frequency, and persons with frequent nightmares may feel reluctant to fill out (daily) prospective measurements. For studying nightmares, it is necessary to distinguish idiopathic nightmares from posttraumatic nightmares, which are part of a posttraumatic stress reaction or disorder that may result from experiencing a traumatic event. Both types of nightmares have been associated with an elevated level of periodic limb movements, although only posttraumatic

2006 Sleep medicine reviews

2971. Entacapone prolongs the reduction of PLM by levodopa/carbidopa in restless legs syndrome. (Abstract)

patients with periodic limb movement (PLM) received single doses of Stalevo 50 (LCE50; 50/12.5/200 mg), Stalevo 100 (LCE100; 100/25/200 mg), Stalevo 150 (LCE150; 150/37.5/200 mg), Sinemet 100 (LC100; 100/25 mg), or placebo in a randomized, double-blind, crossover study with polysomnography. Periodic limb movements per hour (PLM/h) during total sleep time and PLM during total time in bed were the primary and secondary variables, respectively.Mean PLM/h during total sleep time after Stalevo 50 (12.6/h, P

2007 Clinical neuropharmacology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2972. Iron deficiency and sleep disordered breathing in children-Cause or effect? (Abstract)

Iron deficiency and sleep disordered breathing in children-Cause or effect? Iron deficiency is associated with paediatric sleep disturbances; in particular, restless leg syndrome (RLS) and periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD). Correction of iron deficiency has been shown to improve sleep disordered breathing (SDB) in certain adult populations. We evaluated the iron status of children diagnosed with SDB undergoing adenotonsillectomy.Consecutive children undergoing adenotonsillectomy for SDB

2008 International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology

2973. alpha-Melanocyte stimulating hormone and adrenocorticotropic hormone: An alternative approach when thinking about restless legs syndrome? (Abstract)

, and periodic movements during sleep. Rats were instrumented with electroencephalography, electromyography, and intracerebral cannulae and recorded for the measurement of sleep, periodic movements, and behavior following intracerebroventricular administration of alpha-MSH, ACTH, or saline. Studied behavior included grooming, locomotion, and rearing during wake and limb movements during sleep. Vigilance states included active wake (AW), quiet wake (QW), slow wave sleep I (SWSI), slow wave sleep II (SWSII (...) ), and paradoxical sleep (PS). All rats received normal saline acting as their own controls. Different rats received alpha-MSH in doses of 0.05, 0.5, 1.0, 2.0, and 6.0 microg or ACTH in doses of 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0 microg. Administered alpha-MSH caused an increase in waking behavior and prolongation of sleep latency, while ACTH stimulated waking behavior and fragmented sleep, yielding more AW and less SWSII and PS. Both hormones increased periodic movements during sleep. When administered centrally in rat, alpha

2008 Movement Disorders

2974. Childhood-onset restless legs syndrome: Clinical and genetic features of 22 families. (Abstract)

. Of the 23 RLS patients, only seven (30.4%) were admitted for a suspected diagnosis of RLS. Five patients had a retrospectively established onset at an age as early as 1 year. The most frequent complaint in patients were sleep problems (21 of 23; 91%) resulting in fatigue in 14 children (60.9%). Twelve of the 19 tested cases (63.2%) exhibited an index of periodic limb movements in sleep greater than 5. Dopaminergic therapy was successful in 12 of 14 treated patients (85.7%). Family history for RLS (...) was positive in 20 of 23 children (87.0%) and compatible with an autosomal dominant inheritance pattern. Linkage analysis excluded all five loci in two families. A trend for an association at two of the three reported susceptibility regions was observed. RLS symptoms can occur in early childhood. The positive family history suggests a genetic cause in most families with at least one additional RLS gene locus.(c) 2008 Movement Disorder Society

2008 Movement Disorders

2975. Actigraphy in the critically ill: correlation with activity, agitation, and sedation. (Abstract)

Actigraphy in the critically ill: correlation with activity, agitation, and sedation. To determine the feasibility of continuous measurement of limb movement via wrist and ankle actigraphy (an activity measure) in critically ill patients and to compare actigraphy measurements with observed activity, subjective scores on sedation-agitation scales, and heart rate and blood pressure of patients.In a prospective, descriptive, correlational study, all activity of 20 adult patients in medical (...) stimulation and activity events of patients (r = 0.45). Correlations with systolic, diastolic, and mean arterial pressures were weaker. Wrist and ankle actigraphy data were significantly correlated (r = 0.69; P < .001); however, their mean values (wrist, 418; ankle, 147) were significantly different (t = 5.77; P < .001).Actigraphy provides a continuous recording of patients' limb movement. Actigraphy measurements correlate well with patients' observed activity and with subjective scores on agitation

2005 American Journal of Critical Care

2976. Cortical excitability is abnormal in patients with the "fixed dystonia" syndrome. Full Text available with Trip Pro

integration. We compared 12 patients with limb FD to 10 patients with primary adult-onset typically mobile dystonia and 11 age-matched healthy volunteers. Measurements at the first digital interosseus representation area on both hemispheres included: short intracortical inhibition (SICI), contralateral silent period (cSP), and short and long afferent inhibition (SAI and LAI). Repeated measure ANOVA and post-hoc t-tests were used for statistical analysis. SICI was significantly reduced in both hemispheres (...) of patients with "typical" and FD, compared to healthy subjects. For both hemispheres, cSP duration was shorter in both fixed and "typical" dystonia patients. SAI and LAI did not significantly differ between the three groups. The abnormal cortical excitability observed in FD might represent an underlying trait predisposing to different clinical forms of dystonia.2007 Movement Disorder Society

2008 Movement Disorders

2977. Disorders of sleep and wake in patients after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Full Text available with Trip Pro

at home during 48 hours.Twenty eight (34%) patients had severe problems with sleep. Frequently reported problems are initiating (25%) or maintaining (31%) sleep, difficulty returning (28%) asleep, tiredness (31%), and excessive sleepiness during the day (6%). QoL was considerably reduced in patients with severe problems with sleep. During the sleep monitoring studies, severe sleep fragmentation, sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome/periodic limb movement disorder, or a combination of these disorders

2005 Stroke

2978. Sleep disturbance in adults with posttraumatic stress disorder: a review. (Abstract)

key terms: PTSD and sleep, PTSD and nightmares, PTSD and dreams, PTSD and insomnia, PTSD and periodic limb movement disorder, and PTSD and sleep disordered breathing. Only studies examining sleep disturbance among adults with PTSD were included, and only articles written in English were consulted.Studies and reviews related to the prevalence, causes, and treatments of sleep disturbance among adults with PTSD, as well as those examining the relationship between sleep and PTSD, were

2007 Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

2979. Sleep behavior disorders in a large cohort of chinese (Taiwanese) patients maintained by long-term hemodialysis. (Abstract)

: the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index, Epworth Sleepiness Scale, and Berlin Questionnaire for risk for sleep apnea, validated for the general population. Patients also completed a questionnaire to assess symptoms related to restless legs and periodic limb movements (PLMs). Sleep behavior was analyzed in relation to demographic and dialysis-related parameters provided by the participating dialysis centers.Sleep disturbance was very common in this cohort, with problems of insomnia (66.6%) exceeding those related

2006 American Journal of Kidney Diseases

2980. Lack of sleep disturbance from menopausal hot flashes. (Abstract)

attention performance tests, sleep and fatigue questionnaires.Nineteen women were not selected for the following reasons: seven failed the drug screen, two had sleep apnea and periodic limb movements, one had periodic limb movements alone, two had body mass index (BMI) >30, one had hypertension, and six asymptomatic women had hot flashes in the laboratory. There were no significant group differences on any sleep stage measure. For example, for cycling vs. symptomatic vs. asymptomatic women: total sleep

2004 Fertility and Sterility

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