Abstract 8 Table 1

Association of OSA and depression

1st Author and Year PublishedSubjects w/Sleep Apnea (n) vs Controls (n)Measure of Depression in SubjectsMeasure of Depression in ControlsP-value
Beebe, 200413 vs 16Mild OSA: BASC=58Moderate to Severe OSA: BASC=62BASC=490.016
Beebe, 2010100 vs 37Mild OSA: BASC=51.4Severe OSA: BASC=54.4BASC=46.90.025
Bourke, 201142 vs 35Mild OSA: BASC=51.4Severe OSA: BASC=54.4CBCL=51.40.001 (Mild OSA)0.05 (Moderate to Severe OSA)
Carotenuto, 201294 vs 107CDI=21.94CDI=17.590.001
Chang, 2017567 vs 567014 (2.46%) by DSM-IV criteria63 (1.11%) by DSM-IV criteria0.006
Crabtree, 200485 vs 35CDI=51CDI=430.001
Dillon, 200779 vs 27Change in CPRS=−0.187Change in CPRS=−0.270.041
Lewin, 200228 vs 10Untreated OSA: Change in CBCL=0.2Treated OSA: Change in CBCL=3.7Change in CBCL=0.20.001 (Baseline OSA vs Control)Not significant (Follow-up Treated vs Control)
Mitchell, 200723 vs 17 (w/mild sleep-disordered breathing)Change in BASC T score=7.2Change in BASC T score=9.90.001 (pre- to post-operative change in both groups);
  • BASC: Behavior Assessment System for Children; CDI: Children Depression Inventory; CPRS: Children’s Psychiatric Rating Scale; CBCL: Child Behavior Checklist