Cardiovascular Regulation During Sleep Quantified By Symbolic Coupling Traces

Alexander Suhrbie, Maik Riedl, Hagen Malberg, Thomas Penzel, Georg Bretthauer, Juergen Kurths, Niels Wessel

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Abstract

The different sleep stages modulate the autonomous functions blood pressure and heart rate as well as their complex interactions. The method of symbolic coupling traces (SCT) is used to analyse and quantify time-delayed couplings of these measurements. The SCT is defined by the difference of the symmetric and diametric traces of a bivariate word distribution matrix. It is applied to the signals of healthy controls as well as normo-and hypertensive patients with sleep apneas over night. We found significant different couplings not only between the deep sleep and the other sleep stages (p<0.05, Kruskal-Wallis test) but also between healthy subjects and patients. Thereby, SCT yields additional information which can not be measured by standard parameters of heart rate- and blood pressure variability. The proposed method may help to indicate pathological changes in cardiovascular regulation and also effects of continuous positive airway pressure therapy on the cardiovascular system.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2011 Computing in Cardiology
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherIEEE Press
Pages341-344
Number of pages4
ISBN (Print)978-1-4577-0611-0
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventConference on Computing in Cardiology - Hangzhou
Duration: 18 Sep 201121 Sep 2011

Conference

ConferenceConference on Computing in Cardiology
CityHangzhou
Period18/09/1121/09/11

Keywords

  • heart-rate-variability
  • blood-pressure

Cite this

Suhrbie, A., Riedl, M., Malberg, H., Penzel, T., Bretthauer, G., Kurths, J., & Wessel, N. (2011). Cardiovascular Regulation During Sleep Quantified By Symbolic Coupling Traces. In 2011 Computing in Cardiology (pp. 341-344). New York: IEEE Press.

Cardiovascular Regulation During Sleep Quantified By Symbolic Coupling Traces. / Suhrbie, Alexander; Riedl, Maik; Malberg, Hagen; Penzel, Thomas; Bretthauer, Georg; Kurths, Juergen; Wessel, Niels.

2011 Computing in Cardiology. New York : IEEE Press, 2011. p. 341-344.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Suhrbie, A, Riedl, M, Malberg, H, Penzel, T, Bretthauer, G, Kurths, J & Wessel, N 2011, Cardiovascular Regulation During Sleep Quantified By Symbolic Coupling Traces. in 2011 Computing in Cardiology. IEEE Press, New York, pp. 341-344, Conference on Computing in Cardiology, Hangzhou, 18/09/11.
Suhrbie A, Riedl M, Malberg H, Penzel T, Bretthauer G, Kurths J et al. Cardiovascular Regulation During Sleep Quantified By Symbolic Coupling Traces. In 2011 Computing in Cardiology. New York: IEEE Press. 2011. p. 341-344
Suhrbie, Alexander ; Riedl, Maik ; Malberg, Hagen ; Penzel, Thomas ; Bretthauer, Georg ; Kurths, Juergen ; Wessel, Niels. / Cardiovascular Regulation During Sleep Quantified By Symbolic Coupling Traces. 2011 Computing in Cardiology. New York : IEEE Press, 2011. pp. 341-344
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