No artigo citado consta: Funding was provided by Cephalon, Inc., (Frazer, Pennsylvania) to The Curry Rockefeller Group, LLC, (Tarrytown, New York), which provided assistance to the authors with coordinating conference calls, creating an outline of the manuscript, creating and formatting figures and tables with the guidance of the authors, help with literature searches under the guidance of the authors, help with compiling comments from the authors, and help with updating the bibliography for the manuscript. The authors maintained control over the content and decision to submit the manuscript. The publication’s content is the sole responsibility of the authors and does not necessarily represent views of Cephalon, Inc. Dr Wright has received research grants from Cephalon and Takeda Pharmaceuticals of North America; he has been a consultant for Cephalon, Takeda Pharmaceuticals of North America, Zeo, Inc, Johnson &Johnson, and serves as Chair of the external advisory board of Northwestern University American Waterways Operators Towboat Project; Chair of the scientific advisory board of Zeo, Inc and has stock options from Zeo, Inc. Dr Bogan has received research funding from Actelion, Apnex, ApniCure, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cephalon, GlaxoSmithKline, Jazz, Johnson & Johnson, Merck, Pfizer, Philips, ResMed, Schwarz, Sensory Medical, Sepracor, Vanda, Ventus, and Xenoport; he has been a consultant for ApniCure, Cephalon, GlaxoSmithKline, Jazz, Sunovion, and UCB; he has served on the speakers bureau for Cephalon, GlaxoSmithKline, Jazz, and Sunovion; and he is a shareholder and employee of SleepMed, Inc. Dr Wyatt has received research support from Cephalon and Respironics Sleep and Respiratory Research Foundation.
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Tenho dúvida a cerca dos endpoints dos estudos... de que adianta médicos mais "ligados", se estiverem deprimidos, ansiosos ou hipertensos? No fundo, está tudo interligado... Outra perspectiva: parece bom se as medicações melhoraram o médico, mas enquanto não surgir junto a evidência de que reduz também o efeito negativo da privação de sono nos pacientes, será que estamos no caminho certo? Ou seria importante uma discussão anterior, quase sociológica, sobre a organização de nosso trabalho e seu impacto global?