File:Snoring under severe sleep apnoea - 1741-7015-9-17.oga
Snoring_under_severe_sleep_apnoea_-_1741-7015-9-17.oga (Ogg Vorbis sound file, length 47 s, 69 kbps)
|DescriptionSnoring under severe sleep apnoea - 1741-7015-9-17.oga||
English: This audio sequence, with a duration of 47 s, begins with strong rhythmic snoring, followed by a long (32 s) period of sleep apnoea, before snoring is finally resumed (the slightly audible background noise is due to a TV set).
|Source||Ziegler, A.; Mietchen, D.; Faber, C.; Von Hausen, W.; Schöbel, C.; Sellerer, M.; Ziegler, A. (2011). "Effectively incorporating selected multimedia content into medical publications". BMC Medicine 9: 17. doi:10.1186/1741-7015-9-17.|
|Author||Ziegler, A.; Mietchen, D.; Faber, C.; Von Hausen, W.; Schöbel, C.; Sellerer, M.; Ziegler, A. (2011)|
|This file was selected as the media of the day for 06 February 2013. It was captioned as follows:
English: A severe case of sleep apnea: after strong rhythmic snoring, the patient does not breathe for a long (32 s) period of sleep apnoea before snoring is finally resumed (the slightly audible background noise is due to a TV set).
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|current||21:21, 6 November 2012||47 s (394 KB)||Daniel Mietchen||User created page with UploadWizard|
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