Patients undergoing surgery have severe sleep and sleep-wake rhythm disturbances resulting in increased morbidity. Actigraphy is a tool that can be used to quantify these disturbances. The aim of this manuscript was to present the literature where actigraphy has been used to measure sleep and sleep-wake rhythms in relation to surgery.
Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, 2013, Vol 9, Issue 4, p. 387-94
Journal Article; Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't; Review