Cardiovascular disease and health-care utilization in snorers: a population survey.

@article{Dunai2008CardiovascularDA,
  title={Cardiovascular disease and health-care utilization in snorers: a population survey.},
  author={Andrea Dunai and Andr{\'a}s P. Keszei and M{\'a}ria S. Kopp and Colin Shapiro and Istvan Mucsi and Marta Novak},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={2008},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={
          411-6
        }
}
STUDY OBJECTIVES We assessed the prevalence of self-reported snoring in the Hungarian population and established whether different types of snoring are associated with cardiovascular disorders and increased health-care utilization. DESIGN Cross-sectional study. Door-to-door survey. SETTING Nationally representative population in Hungary. PARTICIPANTS Interviews were carried out in the homes of 12,643 persons. We used the Hungarian National Population Register as the sampling frame and… 

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