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Sustained benefits of delaying school start time on adolescent sleep and well-being

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Volume 14, Issue 01January 15, 2018



Scientific Investigations

Sleep Architecture in Children With Common Phenotype of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 9-14.
Peter Durdik, MD, PhD1; Anna Sujanska, MD, PhD1,2; Stanislava Suroviakova, MD1; Melania Evangelisti, MD2; Peter Banovcin, MD, PhD1; Maria Pia Villa, MD, PhD2Comparison of Subjective Sleep Quality of Long-Term Residents at Low and High Altitudes: SARAHA Study. 15-21.
Ravi Gupta, MD, PhD1,2; Jan Ulfberg, MD3; Richard P. Allen, PhD4; Deepak Goel, DM2,5Polysomnography-Detected Bruxism in Children is Associated With Somatic Complaints But Not Anxiety. 23-29.
Candice A. Alfano, PhD; Joanne L. Bower, PhD; Jessica M. Meers, MA

The Effect of Systematic Light Exposure on Sleep in a Mixed Group of Fatigued Cancer Survivors. 31-39.
Lisa M. Wu, PhD1,2; Ali Amidi, PhD3; Heiddis Valdimarsdottir, PhD1,4; Sonia Ancoli-Israel, PhD5,6; Lianqi Liu, MD5; Gary Winkel, PhD1; Emily E. Byrne, BA1; Ana Vallejo Sefair, BA7; Alejandro Vega, BA1; Katrin Bovbjerg, BA2; William H. Redd, PhD1

Dream Content in Patients With Sleep Apnea: A Prospective Sleep Laboratory Study. 41-46.
Franziska Di Pauli, MD1; Ambra Stefani, MD1; Evi Holzknecht, MD1; Elisabeth Brandauer, MD1; Thomas Mitterling, MD2; Brigitte Holzinger, PhD3; Birgit Högl, MD1

Neurobehavioral Impairment and CPAP Treatment Response in Mild-Moderate Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 47-56.
Melinda L. Jackson, PhD1,2; R. Doug McEvoy, MD3; Siobhan Banks, PhD4; Maree Barnes, MBBS1,5

Adherence to Positive Airway Therapy After Switching From CPAP to ASV: A Big Data Analysis. 57-63.
Jean-Louis D. Pépin, MD1; Holger Woehrle, MD2,3; Dongquan Liu, PhD4; Shiyun Shao, PhD4; Jeff P. Armitstead, PhD3; Peter A. Cistulli, MD5; Adam V. Benjafield, PhD6; Atul Malhotra, MD7

The MSLT is Repeatable in Narcolepsy Type 1 But Not Narcolepsy Type 2: A Retrospective Patient Study. 65-74.
Chad Ruoff, MD1; Fabio Pizza, MD2,3; Lynn Marie Trotti, MD, MSc4; Karel Sonka, MD5; Stefano Vandi, MD2,3; Joseph Cheung, MD, MS1; Swaroop Pinto, MD6,7; Mali Einen1; Narong Simakajornboon, MD6,7; Fang Han, MD8; Paul Peppard, PhD9; Sona Nevsimalova, MD5; Giuseppe Plazzi, MD, PhD2,3; David Rye, MD, PhD4; Emmanuel Mignot, MD, PhD1

Sleep Apnea in Patients Hospitalized With Acute Ischemic Stroke: Underrecognition and Associated Clinical Outcomes. 75-80.
Nura Festic, MD; David Alejos, MD; Vikas Bansal, MBBS, MPH; Lesia Mooney, MSN; Paul A. Fredrickson, MD; Pablo R. Castillo, MD; Emir Festic, MD, MSc

Sleep and Breast Cancer in the Western New York Exposures and Breast Cancer (WEB) Study. 81-86.
Caila B. Vaughn, PhD1; Jo L. Freudenheim, PhD1; Jing Nie, PhD1; Lara Sucheston-Campbell, PhD2; Jean Wactawski-Wende, PhD1; Catalin Marian, MD, PhD3,4; Peter G. Shields, MD4; Bhaskar V. Kallakury, MD5,6; Maurizio Trevisan, MD7; Heather M. Ochs-Balcom, PhD1

Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Gestational Diabetes: A Pilot Study of the Role of the Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis. 87-93.
Margaret H. Bublitz, MD1,2,3; Joao Filipe Monteiro, PhD4; Andrew Caraganis, MD3; Susan Martin3; Jeffrey Parker5; Lucia Larson, MD1,3; Margaret A. Miller, MD1,3; Ghada Bourjeily, MD1,3

Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Acute Ischemic Stroke: Association With Restless Legs Syndrome, Diabetes Mellitus, Obesity, and Sleep-Disordered Breathing. 95-100.
Pavel Šiarnik, MD, PhD1; Katarína Klobučníková, MD, PhD1; Pavol Šurda, MD2; Matúš Putala3; Stanislav Šutovský, MD, PhD1; Branislav Kollár, MD, PhD1; Peter Turčáni, MD, PhD1

Comparing the Efficacy, Mask Leak, Patient Adherence, and Patient Preference of Three Different CPAP Interfaces to Treat Moderate-Severe Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 101-108.
Sharn Rowland, MNg1,2,3; Vinod Aiyappan, MBBS, MD, MRCP, FRACP1,3; Cathy Hennessy, Grad Dip Nsg (PCC)1,2; Peter Catcheside, PhD1,4; Ching Li Chai-Coezter, MBBS, FRACP, PhD1,3; R. Doug McEvoy, MBBS, FRACP, MD1,3,4; Nick A. Antic, MBBS, FRACP, PhD1,3

Sleep Quality, Sleep Duration, and the Risk of Coronary Heart Disease: A Prospective Cohort Study With 60,586 Adults. 109-117.
Xiang Qian Lao, PhD1; Xudong Liu, PhD1,2; Han-Bing Deng, PhD1; Ta-Chien Chan, PhD3; Kin Fai Ho, PhD1; Feng Wang, PhD1; Roel Vermeulen, PhD4; Tony Tam, PhD5; Martin C.S. Wong, MD, MPH1; L.A. Tse, PhD1; Ly-yun Chang, PhD6,7; Eng-Kiong Yeoh, MBBS, FCRP1

Predictors of Side Effects With Long-Term Oral Appliance Therapy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 119-125.
Hitomi Ono Minagi, DDS, PhD; Kentaro Okuno, DDS, PhD; Kanji Nohara, DDS, PhD; Takayoshi Sakai, DDS, PhD

The Incidence and Characterization of Globus Sensation, Dysphagia, and Odynophagia Following Surgery for Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 127-132.
Masanari G. Kato, BS1; Mitchell J. Isaac, BS1; M. Boyd Gillespie, MD2; Ashli K. O’Rourke, MD1

Review Articles

Case Reports


In Memoriam: Carole L. Marcus, MBBCh, FAASM. 149-151.
Lourdes M. DelRosso, MD, MSEd, FAASM1; Susan Redline, MD, MPH2,3,4; Carol L. Rosen, MD, FAASM5; David Gozal, MD, MBA6

Letters to the Editor




An objective short sleep insomnia disorder subtype is associated with reduced brain metabolite concentrations *in vivo*: a preliminary magnetic resonance spectroscopy assessment.

<>; Caroline D Rae, PhD
<>; Michael A Green, PhD
<> ; Brendon J Yee, MBCHB, PhD <>; Christopher J Gordon, PhD


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*JCSM Volume 13 / Issue 08 – Tuesday, August 15, 2017*

Insomnia in Primary Care: Misreported, Mishandled, and Just Plain Missed.
937-939. <>
Michael A. Grandner, PhD, MTR, CBSM, FAASM1,2; Subhajit Chakravorty, MD3,4

Scientific Investigations
Change in End-Expiratory Lung Volume During Sleep in Patients at Risk for
Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 941-947.
Patrick Koo, MD, ScM; Eric J. Gartman, MD; Jigme M. Sethi, MD; Eyad Kawar,
MD; F. Dennis McCool, MD

Validated Measures of Insomnia, Function, Sleepiness, and Nasal Obstruction
in a CPAP Alternatives Clinic Population. 949-957.
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Austin S. Lam, BS1; Nancy A. Collop, MD2,3; Donald L. Bliwise, PhD2,4; Raj
C. Dedhia, MD, MS2,5

Allergic and Non-Allergic Rhinitis Are Common in Obstructive Sleep Apnea
but Not Associated With Disease Severity. 959-966.
Ming Zheng, MD1,2; Xiangdong Wang, MD1,2; Siqi Ge, MS3; Ying Gu1; Xiu Ding1;
Yuhuan Zhang4; Jingying Ye, MD4; Luo Zhang, PhD1,2,5

Self-Reported Sleep Quality, Duration, and Health-Related Quality of Life
in Older Chinese: Evidence From a Rural Town in Suzhou, China. 967-974.
Chen-Wei Pan, MD, PhD1; Xiaoling Cong, Bsc2; Hui-Jun Zhou, MD, MSc, PhD3;
Jing Li, PhD4; Hong-Peng Sun, PhD1; Yong Xu, MSc1; Pei Wang, MSc, PhD5,6

Success of Tonsillectomy for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children With Down
Syndrome. 975-980. <>
David G. Ingram, MD1; Amanda G. Ruiz, BA2; Dexiang Gao, PhD3; Norman R.
Friedman, MD2

High-Flow, Heated, Humidified Air Via Nasal Cannula Treats CPAP-Intolerant
Children With Obstructive Sleep Apnea. 981-989.
Stephen Hawkins, MD1,2; Stephanie Huston, BS1; Kristen Campbell, BS3; Ann
Halbower, MD1,2

Veterans Affairs Primary Care Provider Perceptions of Insomnia Treatment.
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Christi S. Ulmer, PhD, CBSM1,2; Hayden B. Bosworth, PhD1,3; Jean C.
Beckham, PhD2,4; Anne Germain, PhD5; Amy S. Jeffreys, MStat1; David
Edelman, MD1,6; Stephanie Macy, BS1; Angela Kirby, MA4; Corrine I. Voils,

Binge Viewing, Sleep, and the Role of Pre-Sleep Arousal. 1001-1008.
Liese Exelmans, MA1; Jan Van den Bulck, DSc, PhD2

Emerging Technologies
Evaluation of Continuous Negative External Pressure (cNEP) for the
Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Pilot Study. 1009-1012.
Jerrold A. Kram, MD, FAASM1; Robyn V. Woidtke, MSN, RN1; Kenneth B. Klein,
MD2; Richard M. Rose, MD3

Case Reports
A Case of “Abnormally Abnormal” Hypoxic Ventilatory Responses: A Novel
NPARM PHOX 2B Gene Mutation. 1013-1015.
Stefan A. Unger, PhD, MRCPCH1,2; Maude Guillot, MBChB1; Donald S. Urquhart,

Parental Fitness Questioned on the Grounds of Narcolepsy: Presentation of
Two Cases. 1017-1018.
Laura Barbero, MD1; Annamaria Govi, MD1; Fabio Pizza, MD, PhD2,3; Giuseppe
Plazzi, MD2,3; Francesca Ingravallo, MD, PhD1,3



The Prevalence of Sleep Apnea in Type B Aortic Dissection: Implications for
False Lumen Thrombosis <>

Ling Wang, MD <>; Jiyan
Chen, MD <>; Guangxi Li,
MD <>; Songyuan Luo, MD
<>; Rui Wang, MD
<> …

Effect of Sleeping Position on Upper Airway Patency in Obstructive Sleep
Apnea Is Determined by the Pharyngeal Structure Causing Collapse

Melania Marques, MD
<> ; Pedro
R. Genta, MD <>; Scott
A. Sands, PhD <>; Ali
Azarbazin, PhD <>; Camila
de Melo, MSc <> …

Editor’s Choice

Laser-Assisted Uvulopalatoplasty for Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A Systematic
Review and Meta-Analysis

Macario Camacho, MD <>; N.
Blaine Nesbitt, MPhys, BS
<>; Evan Lambert, BS
<>; Sungjin A. Song, MD
<>; Edward T. Chang, MD,
MS <> …

Symptomless Multi-Variable Apnea Prediction Index Assesses Obstructive
Sleep Apnea Risk and Adverse Outcomes in Elective Surgery

M Melanie Lyons, PhD, MSN, ACNP
<>; Brendan T Keenan, MS
<>; Junxin Li, PhD, MSN
<>; Tanya Khan, BA
<> ; Nabil Elkassabany,
MD, MSCE <> …

Patient-Reported Usability of Positive Airway Pressure Equipment Is
Associated With Adherence in Older Adults

Constance H. Fung, MD, MS
<> ; Jennifer L. Martin,
PhD <>; Ron D. Hays, PhD
<>; Emily S. Patterson,
PhD <>; Ravi Aysola, MD
<> …


Sleep in Childhood and Adolescence

Longitudinal Cardiovascular Outcomes of Sleep Disordered Breathing in
Children: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review

Zarmina Ehsan, MD <>; Stacey
L. Ishman, MD <> ; Thomas
R. Kimball, MD <>; Nanhua
Zhang, PhD <>; Yuanshu
Zou, PhD <> …

Sleep Duration, Snoring Prevalence, Obesity, and Behavioral Problems in a
Large Cohort of Primary School Students in Japan

Naoko Sakamoto, PhD
<>; David
Gozal, MD, MBA <>; Dale
L. Smith, PhD <>; Limin
Yang, MD, PhD <> ; Noriko
Morimoto, MD, PhD <> …

Validation of the Sonomat Against PSG and Quantitative Measurement of
Partial Upper Airway Obstruction in Children With Sleep-Disordered Breathing

Mark B. Norman, BSc, PhD
<>; Sonia M. Pithers, B
Biol Ecol (Hons1) <>; Arthur
Y. Teng, MBBS, DipPaed, FRACP
<>; Karen A. Waters,
MBBS, PhD <>; Colin E.
Sullivan, MBBS, PhD <>

Editor’s Choice

How Many Sleep Diary Entries Are Needed to Reliably Estimate Adolescent
Sleep? <>

Michelle A. Short, PhD <>;
Teresa Arora, PhD
<> ; Michael
Gradisar, PhD <>; Shahrad
Taheri, PhD, MBBS, FRCP
<>; Mary A. Carskadon,
PhD <>

Family Income and Material Deprivation: Do They Matter for Sleep Quality
and Quantity in Early Life? Evidence From a Longitudinal Study

Marta Barazzetta, PhD <>;
Simone Ghislandi, DPhil


Tourette Syndrome as an Independent Risk Factor for Subsequent Sleep
Disorders in Children: A Nationwide Population-Based Case–Control Study

Wang-Tso Lee, MD, PhD <>;
Hui-Ling Huang, PhD <>; Lee
Chin Wong, MD <>; Wen-Chin
Weng, MD, PhD <>; Tamara
Vasylenko, MS <> …

The Relationship Between Estrogen and the Decline in Delta Power During
Adolescence <>

Andrew W. McHill, PhD <>;
Elizabeth B. Klerman, MD, PhD
<> ; Bridgette Slater, BA
<>; Tairmae Kangarloo, BS
<>; Piotr W. Mankowski,
BSc <> …

Neurological Disorders

Orexin and Epilepsy: Potential Role of REM Sleep

Marcus C. Ng, MD <>

CD4+ T-Cell Reactivity to Orexin/Hypocretin in Patients With Narcolepsy
Type 1[image: border=] <>

Melanie Ramberger, PhD <>;
Birgit Högl, MD <>; Ambra
Stefani, MD <>; Thomas
Mitterling, MD <> ; Markus
Reindl, PhD <> …

Periodic Limb Movements and White Matter Hyperintensities in First-Ever
Minor Stroke or High-Risk Transient Ischemic Attack

Mark I. Boulos, MD, MSc
<> ; Brian J. Murray, MD
<>; Ryan T. Muir, BHSc
<>; Fuqiang Gao, MD
<>; Gregory M. Szilagyi,
BSc <> …

Periodic Limb Movements During Sleep Mimicking REM Sleep Behavior Disorder:
A New Form of Periodic Limb Movement Disorder

Carles Gaig, MD <>; Alex
Iranzo, MD <>; Montserrat
Pujol, MD <> ; Hernando
Perez, MD <>; Joan
Santamaria, MD <>

Incident Cardiovascular Events and Death in Individuals With Restless Legs
Syndrome or Periodic Limb Movements in Sleep: A Systematic Review

Tetyana Kendzerska, MD, PhD
<>; Maneesha Kamra, MD
<>; Brian J. Murray, MD
<>; Mark I. Boulos, MD,
MSc <>

Sleep Disturbance May Alter White Matter and Resting State Functional
Connectivities in Parkinson’s Disease

Seok Jong Chung, MD
<>; Yong-Ho
Choi, MS <>; Hunki Kwon,
MS <> ; Yeong-Hun Park
<>; Hyuk Jin Yun, PhD
<> …

Psychiatric Disorders

Editor’s Choice

An Aggregate Measure of Sleep Health Is Associated With Prevalent and
Incident Clinically Significant Depression Symptoms Among
Community-Dwelling Older Women

Ryuji Furihata, MD, PhD
<>; Martica H. Hall, PhD
<>; Katie L. Stone, PhD
<> ; Sonia
Ancoli-Israel, PhD
<>; Stephen
F. Smagula, PhD <> …

Sleep Disturbance and Short Sleep as Risk Factors for Depression and
Perceived Medical Errors in First-Year Residents

David A. Kalmbach, PhD <>;
J. Todd Arnedt, PhD
<>; Peter
X. Song, PhD <>; Constance
Guille, MD <>; Srijan
Sen, MD, PhD <>

Sleep Cognition and Behavior

Using Oscillating Sounds to Manipulate Sleep Spindles

James W. Antony, PhD <>; Ken
A. Paller, PhD <>

The Benefit of Directed Forgetting Persists After a Daytime Nap: The Role
of Spindles and Rapid Eye Movement Sleep in the Consolidation of Relevant
Memories <>

Borbála Blaskovich, MA <>
; Ágnes Szőllősi, MA
<>; Ferenc
Gombos, MA <>; Mihály
Racsmány, PhD <>; Péter
Simor, PhD <>

Enhanced Memory Consolidation Via Automatic Sound Stimulation During
Non-REM Sleep[image: border=]

Miika M. Leminen, MPsych
<>; Jussi Virkkala, PhD
<> ; Emma Saure, MPsych
<>; Teemu Paajanen,
MPsych <>; Phyllis C.
Zee, MD, PhD <> …

Signal-to-Noise Ratio in PVT Performance as a Cognitive Measure of the
Effect of Sleep Deprivation on the Fidelity of Information Processing

Venkata P. Chavali, BS <>;
Samantha M. Riedy, BS <>;
Hans P.A. Van Dongen, PhD

Sleep Duration/Sleep Quality

Changes in Sleep Duration, Quality, and Medication Use Are Prospectively
Associated With Health and Well-being: Analysis of the UK Household
Longitudinal Study <>

Nicole K. Y. Tang, DPhil, CPsych
<>; Mark Fiecas, PhD
<> ; Esther F. Afolalu,
MSc <>; Dieter Wolke, PhD

Basic Science

Development of Circadian Sleep Regulation in the Rat: A Longitudinal Study
Under Constant Conditions

Marcos G. Frank, PhD
<>; Norman
F. Ruby, PhD <>; Horace
Craig Heller, PhD <>; Paul
Franken, PhD <>

Prolonged Exposures to Intermittent Hypoxia Promote Visceral White Adipose
Tissue Inflammation in a Murine Model of Severe Sleep Apnea: Effect of
Normoxic Recovery <>

Alex Gileles-Hillel, MD
<>; Isaac Almendros, PhD
<> ; Abdelnaby Khalyfa,
PhD <>; Recep
Nigdelioglu, MD <>;
Qiao, PhD <> …

Sleep and Metabolism

Long-Term Maintenance of Therapeutic Gains Associated With
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia Delivered Alone or Combined With
Zolpidem <>

Simon Beaulieu-Bonneau, PhD
<>; Hans Ivers, PhD
<>; Bernard Guay, MD
<>; Charles M. Morin, PhD

Mediterranean Diet and Changes in Sleep Duration and Indicators of Sleep
Quality in Older Adults

Marcela Z. Campanini, MS
<>; Pilar
Guallar-Castillón, MD <>;
Fernando Rodríguez-Artalejo, MD
<>; Esther Lopez-Garcia,
PhD <>


Sleep Perception and Misperception in Chronic Cocaine Users During
Abstinence <>

Sarah E. Hodges, BA
<>; Brian
Pittman, MS <>; Peter T.
Morgan, MD, PhD <>