hypnogram

hypnogram

(hĭp'nō-grăm) [Gr. hypnos, sleep, + gramma, drawing]
A chart representing the different stages of sleep in a person studied in a sleep laboratory.
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Upon receiving a stop command from the user on waking, the system delivers a personalized sleep hypnogram that depicts sleep stages during the night and generates a sleep score for comparison with a similar demographic group, said Frost & Sullivan Global Director, Venkat Rajan.
The data are accompanied by a hypnogram, a temporal profile of the sleep stages scored by an expert neurologist every 30 seconds of recording.
Measures were estimated per nonoverlapping 30 second EEG data segments over the entirety of each subject's recording in order to correspond with the subject's hypnogram.
Silber delivered the following Hartland-inspired "ego-augmenting" hypnogram (1980, p.
Use of the Poetic Hypnogram to Reverse Obesity, the Smoking Habit, Impotence, etc.
A normal, healthy pattern of such sleep stages is observed in a hypnogram presented in Figure 2.
Characterizing sleep structure using the hypnogram.
Therefore, durations of each parameter were evaluated to create hypnograms and averaged in each groups for statistical analysis.
In addition, the dynamic interchange among parameters was illustrated in hypnograms (Fig.
In Figure 5, the hypnograms of both epileptic (below) and normal (above) rats are displayed, recording a high overall difference between the two graphs.
The effect of noise on sleep : Changes in hypnograms of subjects exposed to repeated truck-passing sound.
Its features include long term digital video monitoring and picture-in-picture video together with automatic sleep stage scoring, hypnograms and numerous other advanced features.