Blog posts with the tag "By the Numbers"
The percentage of 500 active duty U.S. military personnel who underwent a sleep medicine evaluation and polysomnography who had weekly nightmares, according to a recent study in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine -- Nightmares in United States Military Personnel With Sleep Disturbances. Yet only 3.9% of the study participants "reported nightmares as a reason for evaluation."
The percentage of 493,683 Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans (IAVs) who received VA care in FY 2013 and FY 2014 who were prescribed zolpidem in FY 2014, according to a recent article in PLoS ONE -- Patterns of zolpidem use among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans: A retrospective cohort analysis.
The percentage of the total number of motor vehicle accident injuries among active duty Service members (SM) between 2007-2016 in which the injured SM had a diagnosis of insomnia, according to an article in the December 2017 issue of the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center's Medical Surveillance Monthly Report -- Insomnia and Motor Vehicle Accident–Related Injuries, Active Component, U.S. Armed Forces, 2007–2016.
The percentage of a cohort of female active duty Service members referred for a sleep study who were diagnosed with obstructive sleep disorder (OSA), according to a recent article in the journal Military Medicine -- An Initial Report of Sleep Disorders in Women in the U.S. Military.