Apnea Bruxism Index ABi™ Jeffory Wyscarver, RPSGT
ABi™ Apnea Bruxism Index The number of bruxism associated with obstructive sleep apnea High ABi™ indicates teeth grinding ...
Bruxism associated with OSA Correlated teeth grinding
Idiopathic Bruxism - TMD Idiopathic teeth grinding
The wisdom to know the difference Knowing the difference can influence whether you are treating  2 separate disorders or O...
Setting up for an OSA+Abi™ Study Place a check for “Channel 1” Select “Cheek 200Hz Collecting the data
Attaching the Bruxism lead
Attaching the Bruxism lead
 
 
 
Tonic Phasic
Phasic
Tonic
 
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DDMEonline prepared this material to train dentists on the use of the Nox T3 to identify sleep bruxism patients who may have OSA a much more serious condition. Bruxism can have idiopathic cause or may occur in conjunction with interruptions in ventilation.

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  • A bi 2012_general_presentation_(rev4.2)

    1. 1. Apnea Bruxism Index ABi™ Jeffory Wyscarver, RPSGT
    2. 2. ABi™ Apnea Bruxism Index The number of bruxism associated with obstructive sleep apnea High ABi™ indicates teeth grinding is an arousal response secondary to OSA Low or no ABi™ indicates a separate and distinct disorder Apnea Associated with Bruxism Idiopathic bruxism or TMD The wisdom to know the difference
    3. 3. Bruxism associated with OSA Correlated teeth grinding
    4. 4. Idiopathic Bruxism - TMD Idiopathic teeth grinding
    5. 5. The wisdom to know the difference Knowing the difference can influence whether you are treating 2 separate disorders or OSA with a symptom of teeth grinding as an arousal response.
    6. 6. Setting up for an OSA+Abi™ Study Place a check for “Channel 1” Select “Cheek 200Hz Collecting the data
    7. 7. Attaching the Bruxism lead
    8. 8. Attaching the Bruxism lead
    9. 12. Tonic Phasic
    10. 13. Phasic
    11. 14. Tonic

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