stUDY of MEtABoLiC ChAnGEs in PAtiEnts with oBstRUCtiVE sLEEP APnEA sYnDRoME BEfoRE AnD AftER UsE of ContinUoUs PositiVE AiRwAY PREssURE

@inproceedings{Garbuio2009stUDYOM,
  title={stUDY of MEtABoLiC ChAnGEs in PAtiEnts with oBstRUCtiVE sLEEP APnEA sYnDRoME BEfoRE AnD AftER UsE of ContinUoUs PositiVE AiRwAY PREssURE},
  author={Silv{\'e}rio Aparecido Garbuio and L. Salles and V{\^a}nia D’Almeida and S{\'e}rgio Tufik and Lia Rita de Azeredo Bittencourt},
  year={2009}
}
Background and objective: Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) is the most common sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) syndrome and is characterized by repetitive, total, or partial pharyngeal collapse during sleep. These symptoms induce both hypoxemia and brief arousals from sleep. As a result, daytime sleepiness, reduction in cognitive performance, an… CONTINUE READING