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Banfi, T. et al.



Actigraphic sleep detection: an artificial intelligence approach


23rd Congress of the European Sleep Research Society 2016

Polysomnography is the gold standard for sleep monitoring, despite its many drawbacks: it is complex, costly and rather invasive. Medical-grade actigraphy represents an acceptably accurate alternative for the estimation of sleep patterns in normal, healthy adult populations and in patients suspected of certain sleep disorders. An increasing number of consumer-grade accelerometric devices populate the “quantified-self” market but the lack of validation significantly limits their reliability. Our aim was to prototype and validate a platform-free artificial neural network (ANN) based algorithm applied to a high performance, open source device (Axivity AX3), to achieve accurate actigraphic sleep detection.


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Bruno, R.M. et al.



Increased sleep latency and reduced sleep efficiency are associated with non-dipping pattern in resistant hypertensive patients


7th World Congress of the World Sleep Federation 2015

Non-dipping pattern and elevated nocturnal blood pressure (BP) are associated with increased risk of cardiovascular events and are very common in patients with resistant hypertension (RH). Aim of the study was to investigate whether non-dipping is associated with diagnosis of sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea syndrome (OSAS) and restless legs syndrome (RLS), or with other sleep features in RH.


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Faraguna, U. et al.



Monitoring sleep in the age of smartphones: a validation procedure of accelerometric devices


65th Congress of the Italian Physiological Society 2014

An increasing number of tracking devices populate the so-called "quantified-self" market, many of which also offer the opportunity to measure sleep parameters. Still, the validation of these devices is limited.


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Faraguna, U. et al.



Monitoring sleep in the age of smartphones: a validation procedure of accelerometric devices


9th FENS Forum of Neuroscience, Federation of European Sleep Research Societies 2014

The gold standard for sleep staging is the in-laboratory polysomnography (PSG), followed by manual scoring. A wide range of limitations of this approach has been reported, ranging from high costs to low compliance. The market of the so-called "quantified-self" lists an increasing number of tracking devices, which also offer the opportunity to measure sleep parameters. Still, the validation of these devices is limited.


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