The Influence of the Sleep Apnea on the Neurological and Functional Recovery (SAS-AVC)

A

Assistance Publique - Hôpitaux de Paris

Status

Completed

Conditions

Sleep Apnea, Obstructive

Study type

Observational

Funder types

Other

Identifiers

NCT01321229
UC0902

Details and patient eligibility

About

The sleep respiratory troubles (central apnea or CHEYNES-Stokes dyspnea) are frequent after stroke. The association of the sleep respiratory troubles with a reserved functional prognosis is debated. The purpose is to find out the frequency of the sleep respiratory troubles after stroke in a PRM department and to study their relationship with functional and neurological recovery.

Full description

The sleep respiratory troubles (central apnea or CHEYNES-Stokes dyspnea) are frequent after stroke. The association of the sleep respiratory troubles with a reserved functional prognosis is debated. The purpose is to find out the frequency of the sleep respiratory troubles after stroke in a PRM department and to study their relationship with functional and neurological recovery. Forty-five patients with the average of 58,2 years had been included in this prospective MONOCENTRICAL study. The detection of the sleep respiratory troubles was realised using a nocturnal oxymetry device and measuring the inspiratory flow, gathering the index of apnea-hypopnea. The NIHSS, the FIM and the FUGL-MEYER scales were used at the moment of inclusion and two months AFTERWORDS.

Enrollment

45 patients

Sex

All

Ages

18+ years old

Volunteers

No Healthy Volunteers

Inclusion criteria

Patient's or one family member's agreement for participation in the study Being aged over 18 years Stroke history in the past 6 months (ischemic or hemorrhagic) Hospitalisation in PRM department and participation to a rehabilitation program during study Patient belonging to the social security system

Exclusion criteria

Patient having a sleep apnea syndrome known prior to inclusion Patient presenting a cardiorespiratory INSUFIENCY Patients being INABLE to carry-out the tests or presenting a mental disorder Patients who started already their rehabilitation program before in another PRM center or department

Trial design

45 participants in 2 patient groups

With sleep APNEA
Description:
Sleeping Apnea Syndrome (SAS) screening usin an APNEA LINK device within the 10 first days following the admission Diagnosis and medical care by a sleeping disorder qualified specialist
Without sleep APNEA
Description:
Sleeping Apnea Syndrome (SAS) screening usin an APNEA LINK device within the 10 first days following the admission

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