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Nocturia is a bothersome and highly prevalent condition defined by the International Continence Society as the need to wake one or more times nightly to void with each void preceded and followed by sleep. [1] ......Read more

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Sleep Diary

By Professor Donald Bliwise

Sleep researchers interested in both observational and interventional studies have long made use of the sleep diary (sometimes called a “sleep log”) to gather systematically self-report data regarding an individual’s sleep. Although sleep diaries can never replace the quality and richness of data on human sleep that can be collected with instrumented electrophysiological recordings (e.g., polysomnography)...

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ICS 2015: Nocturia Plenary Satellite Symposium, Montreal, Canada

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