The recognition of non-hypoxic sleep-disordered breathing early on will enable us to recognize problems differently and to lead to the prevention of the factors leading to SDB

The recognition of non-hypoxic sleep-disordered breathing early on will enable us to recognize problems differently and to lead to the prevention of the factors leading to SDB

Upper airway resistance syndrome 2018: non-hypoxic sleep-disordered breathing William C. Arnold and Christian Guilleminault Sleep Medicine, Stanford University, Redwood City, CA, USA (The following contains a special report from the
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