OSAHS


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AcronymDefinition
OSAHSobstructive sleep apnoea/hypopnoea syndrome
OSAHSObstructive Sleep Apnea Hypoventilation Syndrome
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The discovery of genes affected by HIF-1a will provide important guidance for future study of molecular mechanisms underlying OSAHS.
Results: The percentage of CD8+ T lymphocytes in children with OSAHS was (26.
If both OSAHS and COPD coexist in an individual, REM sleep related oxygen desaturation is more severe and as a result leads to many Cardiac, Non-Cardiac complications like Fluid Retention.
A large number of clinical investigations [8, 9] and experimental studies [10, 11] focusing on the common risk factors, pathologic evolution, and underlying mechanisms of OSAHS have demonstrated that CIH-mediated AS plays an important role in OSAHS-related cardiocerebrovascular diseases.
OSAHS is marked by daytime somnolence, snoring, difficult-to-control hypertension, refractory arrhythmias, angina, or heart failure.
Many of the overweight children we test in our sleep lab have significant OSAHS.
OSAHS is a sleep disorder in which a person has irregular breathing at night and as a result is excessively sleepy during the day.
Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring confirmed sustained hypertension in 30 of the 45 patients with OSAHS and office hypertension.
A number of studies have shown that OSAHS and PS children have similar sleep structures.
9, 97] compared the differences in levels of serum MDA, SOD, and NO between OSAHS and healthy subject and analyzed the correlation between those markers and hypoxia index, apnea hypopnea index, and cognitive function scores separately.
Of the 406 OSAHS patients surveyed, 20 percent were using CAM therapy specifically for improving sleep at the time of the survey; 52 percent reported using CAM; and 58 percent expressed an interest in using CAM to improve sleep in the future.