Sleep disordered breathing and obstructive sleep apnoea

December 2005
Thorax;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 60, pii74
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts on topics related to sleep disorder breathing. They include "Clinical Utility of the Hypnoptt in the Assessment of Sleep Apnoea/Hypopnoea Syndrome," by R.L. Riha, E.A. Hill, C.C. Chan, J.Y. Den, H.M. Engleman, N.J. Douglas, and T.W. Mackay, "A Comparison of Two Respiratory Signals in the Measurement of Sleep Disordered Breathing," by Y. Turgut, P. Stone, M. Atkins, and A. Woodcock, and "A Comparison Between Transcutaneous Monitoring (Tosca 500 System) and Arterialised Ear Lobe Blood Gas Sampling for the Measurement of Carbon Dioxide Level During the Set Up Procedure for Patients Requiring Long Term Non-Invasive Ventilation," by Y. Turgut, S.C. Johnson, and A. Bentley.


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