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  • Sleep rounds: a multidisciplinary approach to optimize sleep quality and satisfaction in hospitalized patients.

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  • Sleep in Hospitalized Medical Patients, Part 1: Factors Affecting Sleep.

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  • Sleep in the Intensive Care Unit Setting.

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  • Patient perception of environmental and nursing factors contributing to sleep disturbances in a neurosurgical intensive care unit.

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  • Circadian rhythm of wrist temperature in normal-living subjects. A candidate of new index of the circadian system.

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  • Causes and consequences of sleep deprivation in hospitalised patients.

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  • Sleep in Hospitalized Elders: A Pilot Study.

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  • A patient survey of sleep quality in the Intensive Care Unit.

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  • A Systematic Review of Sleep Patterns and Factors That Disturb Sleep After Heart Surgery.

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  • An investigation of sound levels on intensive care units with reference to the WHO guidelines.

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  • Calidad del sueño de los pacientes ingresados en una unidad de cuidados intensivos.

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  • Causes and consequences of sleep deprivation in hospitalised patients.

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  • Sleep Deprivation and Recovery Sleep Prior to a Noxious Inflammatory Insult Influence Characteristics and Duration of Pain.

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  • Factors that impact on sleep in intensive care patients

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  • Disruption of circadian rhythms and delirium, sleep impairment and sepsis in critically ill patients.

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  • Patient's experiences of sleep in hospital: a qualitative interview study.

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  • Relationships among sleep dimensions and factors that impair sleep after cardiac surgery.

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  • Sleep and Sleep Disorders in the Hospital.

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  • Sleep deprivation and recovery sleep prior to a noxious inflammatory insult influence characteristics and duration of pain.

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  • Sleep in the critically ill patient.

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  • Sleep onset insomnia symptoms during hospitalization for major burn injury predict chronic pain.

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  • Sleep Patterns During Hospitalization Following Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation.

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  • Sleep quality of hospitalized patients in surgical units.

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  • Non-Pharmacologic Interventions to Improve the Sleep of Hospitalized Patients: A Systematic Review.

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  • Theory of Inpatient Circadian Care (TICC): A Proposal for a Middle-Range Theory.

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  • Healthy older adults better tolerate sleep deprivation than young adults.

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  • Noise and Sleep Among Adult Medical inpatients: Far From a Quiet Night.

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  • Theory of Inpatient Circadian Care (TICC): Assessment of Sleep Quality and Effects of Relaxation Exercise on Sleep Quality in Patients Hospitalized in Internal Medicine Services in a University Hospital.

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  • Characterisation of sleep in intensive care using 24-hour polysomnography: an observational study.

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  • ¿Por qué se altera la necesidad de descanso-sueño en los pacientes ingresados en cuidados críticos?

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