OSAHS


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AcronymDefinition
OSAHSobstructive sleep apnoea/hypopnoea syndrome
OSAHSObstructive Sleep Apnea Hypoventilation Syndrome
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For normally distributed data, independent t -tests were used to compare the esophageal functional parameters among the OSAHS groups and the control and one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) was used to compare the normally distributed parameters among the three groups.
The most common manifestations of the patient with OSAHS are daytime sleepiness, nocturnal roncopathy and awakenings related to shortness of breath or respiratory effort (14), although irritability, difficulty concentrating, impaired memory, low energy for daily activities, chronic headache and depressive symptoms are also frequent (15).
Normal controls were determined to be healthy participants without diabetes, impaired glucose tolerance, poor sleep quality, or a history of OSAHS.
The data were collected from normal male subjects, normal female subjects, and male patients with OSAHS. The representative patterns of inspiratory flow shape were sorted into Classes 1-10, Classes 11-20, and Classes 21-40 using cluster analysis.
On the other hand, the OSAHS syndrome is common and current epidemiological data indicate that OSAHS is second only to asthma in the prevalence league table of chronic respiratory disorders.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS) is an upper respiratory disorder that has snoring as one of its symptoms.
III) Decrease FRC, V/Q Mismatch during sleep in COPD patients (3,4,5) OSAHS is SRBD of which shows oxygen desaturation during REM sleep.
Pain prevalence in patients with and without OSAHS subjected to a polysomnogram: A cross-sectional study
Supraglottic mucosal redundancy in conjunction with adult obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS) has been described in only a few case reports during the past 15 years.