Tod Huntley

November 2015
Indianapolis Monthly;Nov2015, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p63
The article presents an interview with Dr. Tod Huntley of St. Vincent Health Network, in which he discussed how sleep apneas impact 5-8% of the adult population, the risk factor of sleep apnea such as stroke and the use of an implanted device by the Inspire procedure to mitigate sleep apnea.


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