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The use of neural networks in the analysis of sleep stages and the diagnosis of narcolepsy

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    The use of neural networks in the analysis of sleep stages and the diagnosis of narcolepsy

    We used neural networks in ~3,000 sleep recordings from over 10 locations to automate sleep stage scoring, producing a probability distribution called an hypnodensity graph. Accuracy was validated in 70 subjects scored by six technicians (gold standard). Our best model performed better than any individual scorer, reaching an accuracy of 0.87 (and 0.95 when predictions are weighed by scorer agreement). It also scores sleep stages down to 5-second instead of the conventional 30-second scoring-epochs. Accuracy did not vary by sleep disorder except for narcolepsy, suggesting scoring difficulties by machine and/or humans. A narcolepsy biomarker was extracted and validated in 105 type-1 narcoleptics versus 331 controls producing a specificity of 0.96 and a sensitivity of 0.91. Similar performances were obtained against a high pretest probability sample of type-2 narcolepsy and idiopathic hypersomnia patients. Addition of HLA-DQB1*06:02 increased specificity to 0.99. Our method streamlines scoring and diagnoses narcolepsy accurately.

    The use of neural networks in the analysis of sleep stages and the diagnosis of narcolepsy
    by Jens B. Stephansen, Aditya Ambati, Eileen B. Leary, Hyatt E. Moore, Oscar Carrillo, Ling Lin, Birgit Hogl, Ambra Stefani, Seung Chul Hong, Tae Won Kim, Fabio Pizza, Giuseppe Plazzi, Stefano Vandi, Elena Antelmi, Dimitri Perrin, Samuel T. Kuna, Paula K. Schweitzer, Clete Kushida, Paul E. Peppard, Poul Jennum, Helge B. D. Sorensen, Emmanuel Mignot
    https://arxiv.org/pdf/1710.02094v1.pdf

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