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Søvnmangel og døgnrytmeforstyrrelser ved klinisk natarbejde

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  1. Endoskopisk behandling af hydrocefalus

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  2. Intracerebral hæmoragi tolv dage efter vaccination med ChAdOx1 nCoV-19

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  3. Methods for collecting upper respiratory tract specimens for COVID-19 diagnostics

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  4. Genomforskningsprojekt påviser TP53-mutation hos en pige med rabdomyosarkom

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  1. B-waves are present in patients without intracranial pressure disturbances

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  2. Reference values for intracranial pressure and lumbar cerebrospinal fluid pressure: a systematic review

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  3. Sleep-disordered breathing and cerebral small vessel disease-acute and 6 months after ischemic stroke

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  4. Changes in intracranial pressure and pulse wave amplitude during postural shifts

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  5. Den biologiske effekt af lys

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Healthcare workers doing night shifts are at risk of lack of sleep or/and circadian rhythm disturbances. The ability to make complex rational decisions is reduced with sleep deprivation; thus, one should try to take the proper precautions. This can be done by reducing the complexity and decision speed as much as possible at nights. Furthermore, as suggested in this review, several individual and organisational measures can reduce the risk of circadian rhythm disorders and make the body ready for a new shift more quickly. Driving motor vehicles should be avoided after night shifts with insufficient sleep.

Translated title of the contributionConsequences of sleep deprivation on healthcare workers
Original languageDanish
Article numberV08200579
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume183
Issue number26
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 28 Jun 2021

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