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ICSDInternational Conference on Sustainable Development
ICSDInformation and Communications Services Development
ICSDInfocomm Security Department
ICSDInternational Classification of Sleep Disorders
ICSDIthaca City School District (New York)
ICSDInternational Committee of Sports for the Deaf
ICSDInorganic Crystal Structure Database
ICSDInternational Central Securities Depository
ICSDIron County School District (Utah)
ICSDInternational Conference on Solid Dielectrics
ICSDInternational Conference on Semantic Web and Digital Libraries
ICSDIndependent Community School District (Des Moines, IA)
ICSDInternational Councils of Securities Dealers
ICSDInterdepartmental Commission for Sustainable Development (Belgium)
ICSDInformation and Computing Science Division
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We applied the following inclusion criteria: i) primary prospective clinical studies that ii) evaluated CBT-i in children and adolescents (aged less than 20 years) with iii) a primary diagnosis of insomnia according to the standardized diagnostic criteria from the fourth or fifth editions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Mental Disorders (DSM-IV, DSM-V) (12,28), and the second or third editions of the International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD-II, ICSD-III) (29,13).
[16] American Academy of Sleep Medicine, "Insomnia," in ICSD--2 The International Classification of Sleep Disorders: 2nd ed.
(7.) International Classification of Sleep Disorders, Version 2: Diagnostic and Coding Manual.
The International Classification of Sleep Disorders, Revised Diagnostic and Coding Manual, (2005) Produced by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
The International Classification of Sleep Disorders lists close to 100 sleep disorders, and as many as 50% of these have "'insomnia" as a presenting complaint.
of Florida-Gainesville) introduces fundamental knowledge about sleep medicine and polysomnography, with current terminology and diagnostic criteria that reflect the recently published International Classification of Sleep Disorders, Second Edition; and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine scoring manual.
The International Classification of Sleep Disorders lists close to 100 sleep disorders, and about 50% have insomnia as a presenting complaint.
International Classification of Sleep Disorders (American Academy of Sleep Medicine, 2005) Sleep disorders Clinical examples Insomnias--primary sleep disorders that cause: * Difficulty getting off to sleep Settling problems * Difficulty maintaining sleep Night waking * Non-restorative sleep Early waking Hypersomnias Narcolepsy, Kleine-Levin syndrome Parasomnias Night terrors, sleepwalking Circadian rhythm disorders Delayed sleep phase disorder, advanced sleep phase disorder Sleep-related movement disorders Restless legs syndrome, periodic limb movement disorder, rhythmic movement disorder Sleep-related breathing disorders Obstructive sleep apnoea
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine's International Classification of Sleep Disorders lists 89 recognised disorders including insomnias, sleep related breathing disorders, sleep related movement disorders, and parasomnias such as sleep talking, sleep walking and sleep eating.
The International Classification of Sleep Disorders, Second Edition, published by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine in 2005, notes that sexsomnia appears to occur predominantly during confusional arousals and may occur during an episode of sleepwalking.
Although the DSM-IV-TR may serve various functions, including education, establishing criteria for research, and providing criteria for clinical diagnosis, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM; 2005), in its second edition of the International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD), offers a more detailed classification of insomnia.
An approach to a patient with sleep complaints must begin with a comprehensive knowledge of the disorder listed in the latest edition of the International Classification of Sleep Disorders (ICSD-2) (31) so that the patient can be evaluated in the proper manner, paying particular attention to the history and physical findings before ordering laboratory tests.
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