6 edition of Sleep And Breathing in Infants And Young Children found in the catalog.
August 2, 2006
by Nova Biomedical Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||226|
Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) is a significant cause of morbidity in neonates and young infants. SDB occurs more commonly in preterm infants and in neonates with underlying syndromes. Recent evidence shows that infants with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) or SDB have greater health care resource utilization, including longer hospital by: 1. Montgomery-Downs HE, Gozal D. Sleep habits and risk factors for sleep-disordered breathing in infants and young toddlers in Louisville, Kentucky. Sleep Med. ;–9. PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Rosemary S. C. Horne, Rosemary S. C. Horne.
Children and adolescents need at least nine hours of sleep per night. Sleep problems and a lack of sleep can have negative effects on children's performance in school, during extracurricular. Sleep and Breathing In Children and Pediatrics J Laughlin, C, Marcos, J. Carroll (Eds). Marcel-Dekker Pub pp. McKenna, J and Gartner, L, Sleep Location and Suffocation: How Good Is The Evidence? Pediatrics Vol. (4) pp McKenna. James J Cultural Influences on Infant Sleep (condensed) Zero to Three No 3,
But research has shown that typical children and those with autism who undergo surgery to alleviate breathing trouble during sleep show better social communication and attention as well as fewer repetitive behaviors. Parents reported similar improvements in a small study of children with autism who took melatonin supplements. Newborn sleep overview. It helps to remember a few tenets of newborn baby sleep so you don't tear your hair out when you're up in the middle of the night time and time again: 1. Newborns sleep for most of the day. A newborn baby doesn’t have much of a pattern to his sleep schedule. Baby will be sleeping anywhere from 14 to 18 out of every
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Sleep And Breathing in Infants And Young Children [Kelmanson, Igor A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sleep And Breathing in Infants And Young ChildrenCited by: 4.
Presenting exhaustive research on the breathing patterns and behaviors during sleep in children, this comprehensive reference covers the physiology of sleep development and breathing rhythms, the normal and abnormal maturation of sleep from childhood through adolescence, the effects of diseases and disorders on children during sleep, and treatment and management for better sleep-seeking to improve the health of children Format: Hardcover.
Sleep and Breathing in Children: investigates breathing during sleep from the fetus onwards; examines the effects of sleep on upper airway resistance, ventilatory drive, and respiratory muscle tone; compares differences between childhood and adult obstructive sleep apnea, and the profound changes in breathing and sleep during growth and maturation; discusses the current research within the field of 4/5(1).
Infants and children spend one- to two-thirds of their life asleep. Despite this, very little attention has been paid to understanding both normal sleep and sleep-related abnormalities during child development.
There are profound changes in sleep and circadian rhythm during 4/5(1). This book addresses one of the major issues of modern pediatrics: The relationship between sleep and breathing in infants. The content of this book is based on author's personal experience, as. Infants and children spend one- to two-thirds of their life asleep.
Despite this, very little attention has been paid to understanding both normal sleep and DOI link for Sleep and Breathing in Children. Sleep and Breathing in Children book. Developmental Changes in Breathing During Sleep, Author: Carole Marcus, John M. Carroll, David Donnelly, Gerald M.
Loughlin. IgorA Kelmanson. Published by Nova Biomedical Books, New York,£ (hardback), pp ISBN The increasing interest and awareness of the importance of sleep in paediatrics and childhood development have been matched by the emergence of a series of books on sleep medicine in childhood and adolescence.
Many such publications are multi-author Author: Adrian Brooke. Sleep and breathing in infants and young children [electronic resource] / Igor A. Kelmanson. Main author: Kelʹmanson, I.
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Sleep and breathing in infants and young children Reviewed by Adrian Brooke Edited by Igor A Kelmanson. Published by Nova Biomedical Books, New York,£ (hardback), pp Author: Adrian Brooke.
Sleep problems are remarkably common in children of all ages, with % of children affected. This chapter discusses behaviorally based sleep problems in infants, children, and adolescents, as Author: Adrian Brooke.
Polysomnography is important in the evaluation of children and adolescents with sleep-disordered breathing (SDB). Pediatric polysomnography guidelines for diagnosing SDB in infants and children have been published.
1 However, compared to adults, very little data are available regarding normal values of respiratory parameters during sleep in healthy children and by: The book is written primarily as a summary of the author's clinical experience with reference to the relevant literature.
The text therefore reads very much like a personal practice paper. The layout is logically ordered, initially covering the underlying physiology of sleep and breathing before looking at different forms of sleep disorder and sleep disordered breathing.
Addresses one of the major issues of modern paediatrics: the relationship between sleep and breathing in infants. This book considers possible association between infant apnoea and sudden infant death syndrome; and looks at mechanisms of infant' snoring in sleep and its relation to the obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome.
Sleep and Breathing in Children: A Developmental Approach, edited by Gerald M. Loughlin, John L. Carroll, and Carole L. Marcus, New York, NY, Marcel Dekker Inc.,pp, $ (hardcover). In Sleep and Breathing in Children, Gerald Loughlin, John Carroll, and Carole Marcus have brought together a set of papers that mark a high water point in this field.
Infants and young children may spend up to 12 hours a day sleeping; therefore, the effects of sleep on breathing are fundamental to understanding both processes in childhood.
This review summarizes the current literature relevant to understanding the normal development of sleep and breathing across infancy and by: More than 10 percent of young children have habitual snoring, the mildest form of sleep-disordered breathing (SDB).
One to three percent of children have obstructive sleep apnea, a more severe form of SDB in which breathing stops briefly and repeatedly during sleep. SDB is thought to be more common in toddlers and younger children than in older children because the younger.
Pediatric sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) is a general term for breathing difficulties during sleep. SDB can range from frequent loud snoring to obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), a condition where part, or all, of the airway is blocked repeatedly during sleep.
This can cause snoring or noisy breathing. Although noisy breathing during sleep is common in children, it may be a sign that the child is having difficulty breathing. In young children, the tonsils and adenoids may grow to be quite large, and this can contribute to narrowing of the airway during sleep.
"SHUT UP and sleep" is a unique, non-fiction, health book based on the premise that breathing is the foundation of sleep. With symptoms told through stories, fables, poems, dialogue, imagery, and letters, the book takes the reader on a journey toward better sleep/5().
Children with achondroplasia often have breathing problems, especially during sleep. The most important treatments are adenotonsillectomy (for treating upper obstruction) and/or neurosurgery (for resolving cervicomedullar junction stenosis).
We reviewed the scientific literature on polysomnographic investigations which assessed the severity of respiratory disorders during by: 3. Breathing may slow down to 20 breaths per minute while newborns sleep. In periodic breathing, a newborn’s breathing may stop for 5 to 10 seconds and Author: Taylor Norris.
For some young children, a release has the potential to improve the quality and quantity of sleep, which impacts not just the child, but the entire family.
Case Report A nine-year-old autistic male patient who had trouble with speech, feeding, sleep, and .Brief Overview of OSA. OSA is characterized by repeated events of partial or complete upper airway obstruction during sleep. These upper airway changes induce disruption of normal alveolar ventilation and sleep structure, and lead to blood gas abnormalities and sleep fragmentation ().The primary symptom of OSA is habitual snoring, a symptom that may affect up to 27% of children with a median Cited by: