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OSASObstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome
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OSASOccupational Skills Analysis System
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OSASOpen Substation Automation System (power plants)
OSASOccupational Sleep Apnea Solutions
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There is not much data on the prevalence of OSA in the Indian population, and hence this study was conducted to estimate the prevalence of OSA in Odisha population using Epworth Sleepiness Scale.
However, nocturia can signify possible contribution of numerous systemic disorders, such as diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, anorexia nervosa, congestive heart failure causing peripheral edema, hypertension, obesity, renal disorders, and OSAS (3,12).
We also explored whether the conclusions about each of the research questions and hypotheses differed when we examined the specific OSAs versus the OSA subtypes or when we examined the full sample versus only the subsample of participants with the respective type of experience.
The terms used in the search were as follows: obstructive sleep apnoea OR OSA; diabetic retinopathy OR DR.
Several studies stratified patients based on OSA severity (mild, moderate, or severe) and reported grouped RV function data within each stratum.
[3] Higher prevalence of OSA is seen in men than women, and it is estimated to have a male to female ratio of between 3:1 and 5:1.
While the golden standard of management in OSA has been administrated of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) during sleep, modalities such as treatment with mandibular advancement device (MAD) and surgical correction of the upper airway through mandibular advancement have been useful to eliminate the underlying cause.
(13,14) OSAS can be an underlying cause of nocturia, although it is infrequently recognized, even in the field of urology.