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How to sleep after epiretinal membrane surgery? 

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Epilepsy surgery improves subjective sleep parameters in patients with medically refractory epilepsy during the early post operative period.

Successful epilepsy surgery may improve objective (PSG documented) sleep quality, sleep architecture and obstructive sleep apnea with resultant reduction in excessive daytime sleepiness.

Postoperative reduction of REM sleep also occurs after surgery and regional anesthesia.

Summary Sleep disturbances are common in patients after surgery and produce harmful effects on postoperative recovery.

Improvement of the circulation in these centers a few months after the operation helps to regain sleep control, and thus sleep disturbances disappear.

Patients have significantly increased REM sleep, LS, and reduced time awake during the daytime period after surgery compared with before surgery.

Clinicians need to perform routine assessments and initiate appropriate interventions to improve sleep prior to and following surgery.

The authors propose nursing interventions to improve sleep post CABG surgery.

MMCA surgery was found to be effective as a treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea, and improved all postoperative measures in this study.

Nasal CPAP does not improve sleep and oxygenation or reduce hypoxemic events in the first night after major abdominal surgery.