Here is the summary. I posted the whole thing under the success stories thread.
1. Sleep Architecture: Total recording time was 163.6 minules. with a total sleep time of 139.5
minutes and a sleep efficiency of 88.0%. The patient's sleep latency was 3.5. Latency to REM was
112.5 minutes. There was 8.2% of Stage 1 sleep, 72.0% Stage 2 sleep, 0.0% Stage 3 sleep, 0.0% Stage
4 sleep and 19.7% Rem sleep. Total number of arousals was 225. Arousal index was 3.9.
2. Respiratory Data: During the study the palient had 236 episodes of apnealhypopnea with 2 percent
oxygen desaturation or greater making respiratory index 101.5 events per sleep hour. Mean length of the
apnea/hypopnea was 23.3 seconds and the longest was 26.8 seconds. Respiratory disturb<lnce index
during sleeping in the supine position was 103.0 events per sleep hour and the patient slept 92.0 minutes
in the supine position. Respiratory disturbance index while sleeping on both sides was 98.5 events per
sleep hour and the patient slept for 47.5 minutes on both sides.
Total respiratory disturbance index was 101.9 episodes per sleep hour. The events Included 28 episodes
of hypopnea, 9 episodes of mixed apnea, 0 episodes of central apnea, 199 episodes of obstructive apnea
and 1 episodes of hypopnea with arousal but not necessarily oxygen desaturation. During non Rem
sleep 105.5 events per sleep hour, and during REM sleep 87.3 events per sleep hour. Respiratory
arousal index was 101.9.
3. Oxygen Data: The patient spent 26.9 percent of sleep time with oxygen saturation above 90
percent, the patient spent 69.4 percent of sleep time with oxygen saturation less than 89 percent and the
lowest oxygen saturation was 63%.
4, EKG Data: Frequent unifocal PVG"s were noted during the sleep study.
5. Other Data: No periodic leg movements were noted.