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    Title: Objective versus Subjective Cognitive Functioning in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea
    Authors: Chen Chang-Wei;Yang Chien-Ming;Chen Ning-Hung;楊建銘
    Contributors: Obstructive sleep apnea;Neurocognitive test battery;Subjective and objective cognitive functions
    Date: 2012-08
    Issue Date: 2008-12-29 15:27:16 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Study objectives: Previous studies have found that patients’ neurocognitive functions were affected by OSA
    symptoms. However, no study has focused on the subjective awareness of cognitive impairments. Thisstudy used a subjective rating scale to evaluate OSA patient perceptions of their cognitive impairments, and explore the relationship between subjective and objective cognitive functions.
    Methods: An independent-group design was used to compare objective and subjective cognitive performance in both the
    OSA and control groups. An experimental group of 19 male OSA patients and a control group of 19 normal subjects
    matched in age and education participated in the study. A neurocognitive test battery that measures attention, memory and
    executive functions, and the SCIRS (Subjective Cognitive Impairment Rating Scale) that measures subjective perception
    of cognitive impairments were used.
    Results: On the neurocognitive test measures, OSA patients demonstrated decreased performance on memory and executive function. On the subjective measures, OSA patients reported a mild to moderately negative impact on attention,
    memory, and emotional control due to OSA.
    Conclusions: The results show that OSA patients may not be fully aware of their cognitive impairments, especially with
    regard to their executive functions. The inconsistency suggests that including neurocognitive tests in the evaluation of
    sleep-related breathing disorders may provide useful information that cannot be obtained through clinical interviews.
    Relation: The Open Sleep Journal, 5, 33-42
    Data Type: article
    DOI 連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.2174/1874620901205010033
    DOI: 10.2174/1874620901205010033
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