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Internistische Erkrankungen und Schlaf

  • K. H. Rühle
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Zusammenfassung

Es gibt viele Bezüge zwischen internistischen Erkrankungen und Schlafstörungen, wobei vor allem Tiber Lungenerkrankungen eine große Anzahl von Untersuchungen vorliegen (Tabelle 1). Dies gilt vor allem für den Bezug zwischen obstruktiven Attacken bei Asthma bronchiale mit ihren Veränderungen der Schlafarchitektur. Aber auch der umgekehrte Einfluß des Schlafes auf die Auslösung von Obstruktionen mit potentiell vitaler Gefährdung des Patienten sind Gegenstand neuester Untersuchungen.

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