The burden of both objective and subjective obstructive sleep apnea improved more in patients who received upper airway stimulation compared with those who did not.
Use of a multimodal telemonitoring intervention in patients with severe OSA and low cardiovascular risk does not increase adherence to CPAP treatment.
Continuous positive airway pressure was effective for preventing cardiovascular disease in patients with severe obstructive sleep apnea.
Patients with sleep-disordered breathing were more likely to have impairments in free fatty acid metabolism than those without sleep-disordered breathing.
In patients who have experienced an ischemic stroke, obstructive sleep apnea severity has been positively associated with 3-month poststroke depression.