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PSGParis Saint-Germain (Paris Football Team)
PSGPassenger
PSGPersonal Systems Group
PSGProfessional Services Group (Peoplesoft, Inc.)
PSGPolysomnogram
PSGPershing
PSGPlatoon Sergeant
PSGPhrase Structure Grammar
PSGPresidential Security Group (Philippines)
PSGProduct Support Group
PSGProject Steering Group
PSGPolysomnograph
PSGPacific Seabird Group
PSGProgrammable Sound Generator (General Instruments chip)
PSGProperty Search Group (UK)
PSGPfadfinderinnenschaft Sankt Georg (German: Girl Guide Association of St. George)
PSGPartir sans Gagner (French: Leave without Winning)
PSGPagan Spirit Gathering
PSGPublic Safety Group
PSGPort Security Grant (US government)
PSGPatti Smith Group (band)
PSGParti Socialiste Genevois (French)
PSGPerchlorate Study Group
PSGPartido Socialista Galego
PSGPure Steam Generator
PSGPatient Support Group
PSGPublic Strategies Group, Inc. (St. Paul, MN)
PSGPhospho Silicate Glass
PSGPetersburg, AK, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
PSGPrinting Systems Group
PSGPseudorandom Sequence Generator (electronics)
PSGPhysical Science Group
PSGPortfolio Strategies Group
PSGPrimary Switchgear
PSGPacket-Switched Gateway
PSGPlanning Support Group
PSGPrazisions Scharfshutzen Gewehr (Heckler and Koch sniper rifle)
PSGPassive Signal Generation
PSGParti Socialiste de Guyanais (French: Guyanese Socialist Party)
PSGPersonnel Support Group
PSGPreliminary Study Group
PSGPostal Strategy Group (Universal Postal Union)
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A nocturnal polysomnogram is the standard test to diagnose sleep apnea.
An overnight sleep study for a child (also called a polysomnogram, or PSG) is a test done in a specialized laboratory.
Pediatric tonsil size: objective vs subjective measurements correlated to overnight polysomnogram.
The cohort was made up of 1,265 women between the ages of 15-45 who met the Apnea-Hypopnea Index (AHI) criteria for OSA based on nocturnal Polysomnogram testing.
An abnormal polysomnogram may indicate a need for referral to a sleep medicine specialist.
Facco and her colleagues conducted a retrospective cohort study, using ICD-9 codes to identify women who had a delivery and an in-laboratory polysomnogram at their institution between January 2000 and June 2009.
Sleep-disordered breathing was assessed with the apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) based on an in-home polysomnogram.
Two patients were excluded because their polysomnogram was performed more than 36 months before or after the date of their cardiac CT.
According to court documents, Sharon underwent a polysomnogram in July 2005 which confirmed extremely low levels of sleep.
Why a polysomnogram should become part of the diagnostic evaluation of stroke and transient ischemic attack.
Serum analysis is conducted, and a polysomnogram is indicated in patients who have symptoms of sleep apnea.