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  • [Comparative analysis of sleep monitoring between young and middle-aged and elderly OSA patients]. [Journal Article]
  • LCLin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 33(7):643-646
  • Xun YF, Wang MH, … Guan B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The NREM phase is particularly susceptible to age, and age affects slow wave sleep. The sleep structure of middle-aged and older people demonstrates their sleep characteristics: reduced total sleep time,slow wave sleep,low sleep efficiency,and delayed sleep. The young people's nighttime hypoxia is more serious. AHI,ODI,OAI,MAI,ASaO₂ and other indicators are significantly higher than the middle-aged and elderly people, but the sleep structure 2 groups are similar, indicating that young people have strong sleep physiological compensation and Adjustment ability.
  • [Analysis of the overweight and obesity effects on pulmonary function in OSA patients]. [Journal Article]
  • LCLin Chung Er Bi Yan Hou Tou Jing Wai Ke Za Zhi 2019; 33(7):611-614
  • Wang JF, Zhang Q, … Ma W
  • CONCLUSIONS: With the increasing of BMI, not only increase the severity of OSA, and further damage to the pulmonary function; the OSA severity of overweight and obesity are closely associated with multiple pulmonary function index; FEV1% FVC, IC for overweight and obesity independent factor influencing the severity of OSA. Pulmonary function can be used as overweight and obesity auxiliary to assess the severity of OSA patients.
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