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Author’s response to reviews Title: Quality analysis of smart phone sleep apps in China: Can apps be used to conveniently screen for obstructive sleep apnea at home? Authors:

@inproceedings{Xu2019AuthorsRT,
  title={Author’s response to reviews Title: Quality analysis of smart phone sleep apps in China: Can apps be used to conveniently screen for obstructive sleep apnea at home? Authors:},
  author={Zhao-feng Xu and Xin Luo},
  year={2019}
}
Thank you for your letter and for the reviewers’ comments concerning our manuscript entitled “Quality analysis of smart phone sleep apps in China: Can apps be used to conveniently screen for obstructive sleep apnea at home?” (ID: MIDM-D-19-00187). Those comments are all very valuable and very helpful for revising and improving our paper as well as the important guiding significance to our researchers. We have studied comments carefully and have made correction which we hope meet with approval… Expand

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