OBJECTIVE: The aim of our study was to evaluate quantitative actigraphic criteria obtained using the Actiwatch device (AW64; Cambridge Neurotechnology Ltd., Cambridge, UK) to differentiate participants with insomnia from normal sleepers. METHODS: In our retrospective study, we recovered 493 actigraphic records from two sleep measure databases of patients with insomnia (n=151) and one of normal sleepers (n=342). We considered the following actigraphic sleep parameters: time in bed (TIB), sleep-onset latency (SOL), total sleep time (TST), wake after sleep onset (WASO), sleep efficiency (SE), number of awakenings (NWAK), terminal wakefulness (TWAK), fragmentation index (FI), and mean motor activity (MA). We also considered two actigraphic circadian indexes: interdaily stability and intradaily variability. Using the Youden index, we calculated the quantitative actigraphic criteria that performed best for each actigraphic sleep parameter. Finally, we created receiver operating characteristic curves to test the accuracy of each criterion identified. RESULTS: All sleep parameters except TST and TWAK differentiated the two groups of participants, allowing calculation of quantitative actigraphic criteria. There were no differences in the circadian indices. CONCLUSIONS: The quantitative actigraphic criteria obtained in our study were not the same as those obtained previously with a different device, suggesting the need to adopt shared technical solutions for actigraphy.

Vincenzo Natale, Damien Léger, Monica Martoni, Virginie Bayon, Alex Erbacci (2014). The role of actigraphy in the assessment of primary insomnia: a retrospective study. SLEEP MEDICINE, 15, 111-115 [10.1016/j.sleep.2013.08.792].

The role of actigraphy in the assessment of primary insomnia: a retrospective study

NATALE, VINCENZO;MARTONI, MONICA;
2014

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: The aim of our study was to evaluate quantitative actigraphic criteria obtained using the Actiwatch device (AW64; Cambridge Neurotechnology Ltd., Cambridge, UK) to differentiate participants with insomnia from normal sleepers. METHODS: In our retrospective study, we recovered 493 actigraphic records from two sleep measure databases of patients with insomnia (n=151) and one of normal sleepers (n=342). We considered the following actigraphic sleep parameters: time in bed (TIB), sleep-onset latency (SOL), total sleep time (TST), wake after sleep onset (WASO), sleep efficiency (SE), number of awakenings (NWAK), terminal wakefulness (TWAK), fragmentation index (FI), and mean motor activity (MA). We also considered two actigraphic circadian indexes: interdaily stability and intradaily variability. Using the Youden index, we calculated the quantitative actigraphic criteria that performed best for each actigraphic sleep parameter. Finally, we created receiver operating characteristic curves to test the accuracy of each criterion identified. RESULTS: All sleep parameters except TST and TWAK differentiated the two groups of participants, allowing calculation of quantitative actigraphic criteria. There were no differences in the circadian indices. CONCLUSIONS: The quantitative actigraphic criteria obtained in our study were not the same as those obtained previously with a different device, suggesting the need to adopt shared technical solutions for actigraphy.
2014
Vincenzo Natale, Damien Léger, Monica Martoni, Virginie Bayon, Alex Erbacci (2014). The role of actigraphy in the assessment of primary insomnia: a retrospective study. SLEEP MEDICINE, 15, 111-115 [10.1016/j.sleep.2013.08.792].
Vincenzo Natale; Damien Léger; Monica Martoni; Virginie Bayon; Alex Erbacci
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