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Numero 4/2021

Teemana Kätilön ääni

Juttujen lähteet

Anna Maijala ja Tiina Murto: Akupunktio kivunlievittäjänä synnytyksen käynnistyksessä

Gissler, M. & Kiuru, S. 2019. Perinataalitilasto: synnyttäjät, synnytykset ja vastasyntyneet. Terveyden- ja hyvinvoinnin laitos. SVTTilastoraportti : 49/2019. https://www.julkari.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/138998/Tr49_19.pdf?sequence=5&isAllowed=y

Kruit, H.; Nuutila, M. & Rahkonen, L. 2016. Synnytyksen käynnistäminen, kun raskaus on täysiaikainen. Suomen lääkärilehti – Finlands läkartidning. Vol. 71, No 25-32, 1845-1851.

Paananen, U.;Pietiläinen, S.;Raussi-Lehto E. & Äimälä A. 2017. Kätilötyö. 6.-7. painos. Keuruu: Otavan Kirjapaino Oy

Schönström, S. 2006. Från akupunktur till schamanism. Uddevalla: Mediaprint.

Vainio, A. 2004. Kivunhallinta. 1. painos. Helsinki: Kustannus Oy Duodecim

Yingru C.; Xuekai Z.; Yigong F. & Jinsheng, Y. 2014. Analyzing the Study of Using Acupuncture in Delivery in the Past Ten Years in China. Evidence-basedComplementary & Alternative Medicine (eCAM). Vol. 2014, No 2014, 1-8.

Päivi Polo: Vaihdevuosien unihäiriöt ja niiden hoito

Avis NE, Crawford SL, Greendale G, ym. Duration of menopausal vasomotor symptoms over the menopause transition. JAMA Intern Med 2015;175:531–9.

Unettomuus. Käypä Hoito -suositus. Suomalaisen Lääkäriseuran Duodecimin ja Suomen Unitutkimusseura ry:n asettama työryhmä. Helsinki: Suomalainen Lääkäriseura Duodecim 2017 [päivitetty2020]. www.kaypahoito.fi.

Daley M, Morin CM, LeBlanc M, ym. Insomnia and its relationship to healthcare utilization, work absenteeism, productivity and accidents. Sleep Med 2009;10:427–38.

Lallukka T, Sares-Jäske L, Kronholm E, ym. Sociodemographic and socioeconomic differences in sleep duration and insomnia-related symptoms in Finnish adults. BMC Public Health 2012;28;12:565.

Shaver JL, Woods NF. Sleep and menopause: a narrative review. Menopause 2015;22:899–915.

Kravitz HM, Ganz PA, Bromberger J, ym. Sleep difficulty in women at midlife: a community survey of sleep and the menopausal transition. Menopause 2003;10:19–28.

Lampio L, Polo-Kantola P, Polo O, ym. Sleep in midlife women: effects of menopause, vasomotor symptoms, and depressive symptoms. Menopause 2014;21:1217–24.

Kravitz HM, Zhao X, Bromberger JT, ym. Sleep disturbance during the menopausal transition in a multi-ethnic community sample of women. Sleep 2008;31:979–90.

Berecki-Gisolf J, Begum N, Dobson AJ. Symptoms reported by women in midlife: menopausal transition or aging? Menopause 2009;16:1021–9.

Kalleinen N, Polo-Kantola P, Himanen SL, ym. Sleep and the menopause – do postmenopausal women experience worse sleep than premenopausal women? Menopause Int 2008;14:97–104.

Lampio L, Polo-Kantola P, Himanen SL, ym. Sleep during menopausal transition: a six-year follow-up. Sleep 2017;40(7) doi: 10.1093/sleep/zsx090.

Hachul H, Frange C, Bezerra AG, ym. The effect of menopause on objective sleep parameters: data from an epidemiologic study in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Maturitas 2015;80:170–8.

Young T, Rabago D, Zgierska A, ym. Objective and subjective sleep quality in premenopausal, perimenopausal, and postmenopausal Women in the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study. Sleep 2003;26:667–72.

Xu M, Belanger L, Ivers H, ym. Comparison of subjective and objective sleep quality in menopausal and non-menopausal women with insomnia. Sleep Med 2011;12:65–9.

de Zambotti M, Colrain IM, Baker FC. Interaction between reproductive hormones and physiological sleep in women. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 2015;100:1426–33.

de Zambotti M, Colrain IM, Javitz HS, ym. Magnitude of the impact of hot flashes on sleep in perimenopausal women. Fertil Steril 2014;102:1708–15.

Joffe H, White DP, Crawford SL, ym. Adverse effects of induced hot flashes on objectively recorded and subjectively reported sleep: results of a gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonist experimental protocol. Menopause 2013;20:905–14.

Toffol E, Kalleinen N, Urrila AS, ym. The relationship between mood and sleep in different female reproductive states. BMC Psychiatry 2014;16;14:177.

Mirer AG, Young T, Palta M ym. Sleep disordered breathing and the menopausal transition among participants in the Sleep in Midlife Women Study. Menopause 2017;24:157–62.

Anttalainen U, Tenhunen M, Rimpilä V, ym. Prolonged partial upper airway obstruction during sleep – an underdiagnosed phenotype of sleep disordered breathing. Eur Clin Respir J 2016;6;3:31806.

Saaresranta T, Hedner J, Bonsignore MR, ym. Clinical phenotypes and comorbidity in European sleep apnoea patients. PLoS One 2016;11. DOI: 10.1371/journal pone.0163439.

Saaresranta T, Polo-Kantola P, Polo O. Practical approach to the diagnosis and management of menopausal insomnia Kirjassa: Attarian HP, Viola-Saltzman, toim. Sleep disorders in women: a guide to practical management. Alankomaat: Humana press/Springer 2013, s. 293–324.

Lampio L, Saaresranta T, Polo O, ym. Subjective sleep in premenopausal and postmenopausal women during workdays and leisure days: a sleep diary study. Menopause 2013;20:655–60.

Cintron D, Lahr BD, Bailey KR, ym. Effects of oral versus transdermal menopausal hormone treatments on self-reported sleep domains and their association with vasomotor symptoms in recently menopausal women enrolled in the Kronos Early Estrogen Prevention Study (KEEPS). Menopause. 2018;25:145-15.

Cintron D, Lipford M, Larrea-Mantilla L, ym. Efficacy of menopausal hormone therapy on sleep quality: systematic review and meta-analysis. Endocrine 2017;55:702–11.

Parry BL, Meliska CJ, Martinez LF, ym. Menopause: neuroendocrine changes and hormone replacement therapy. J Am Med Womens Assoc 2004;59:135–45.

Montplaisir J, Lorrain J, Denesle R, ym. Sleep in menopause: differential effects of two forms of hormone replacement therapy. Menopause 2001;8:10–6.

Kalleinen N, Polo O, Himanen SL, ym. The effect of estrogen plus progestin treatment on sleep: a randomized, placebocontrolled, double- blind trial in premenopausal and late postmenopausal women. Climacteric 2008;11:233–43.