Sleep apnea and pregnancy. An association worthy of study

Abstract

Pregnancy involves major physiological and hormonal changes that have important implications in many areas of health, including sleep. Reports exist during pregnancy, predominantly in the first and last trimesters, describing changes in the quality and quantity of sleep [1]. Increased prevalence of snoring and excessive daytime sleepiness has also been… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11325-012-0754-7

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@article{Campo2012SleepAA, title={Sleep apnea and pregnancy. An association worthy of study}, author={F{\'e}lix del Campo and Carlos Zamarr{\'o}n}, journal={Sleep and Breathing}, year={2012}, volume={17}, pages={463-464} }