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Developing Community-Appropriate Sleep Apnea Messaging Through Appreciative Inquiry and Boot Camp Translation: A Qualitative Study

Diagnosing sleep apnea is difficult due to a lack of evidence to back up universal screening and anxiety associated with sleep research. This report used semi-structured, individual interviews to explore how community members of sleep apnea are diagnosed and find appropriate ways to manage their condition. To properly address elevated incidences of undiagnosed sleep apnea, there is ample opportunity to expand sleep apnea testing and diagnosis efforts in ambulatory care settings. It might be beneficial to integrate sleep into patient-centered and clinic discussions, as well as screening more broadly for sleep disorders may reduce the incidence and duration of untreated sleep apnea.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.54656/edpn5427


Prognostic value of hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha gene polymorphism in patients with heart failure with preserved ejection fraction and obstructive sleep apnea

With the reserved ejection fraction in patients with obesity and moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea, it will be investigated how hypoxia-inducible factor-1 alpha gene polymorphism in the clinical course of heart failure. The HIF1A gene genotype was found to have a high risk of HF progression, the formation of supraventricular premature beats, and atrial fibrillation. The HIF1A gene variant is correlated with OSA severity and increased NT-proBNP, as well as the severity of left and right heart remodeling.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.15829/1728-8800-2022-3276


Governmental and Private Dentists’ Knowledge, Educational Background, Opinion, and Clinical Experience toward Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Oral Appliances

ABSTRACT Aim The aim of this research was to establish the truth, educational background, opinion, and clinical experience of general practice dentists toward obstructive sleep apnea and oral appliances. Results The statistics revealed that only 48. 6% of our corporate and private dentists were aware of the term OSA, with a statistical significance among governmental dentists who were more familiar with OSA signs and symptoms than private dentists, which was of greater interest. During their time in the dental school, the majority of the respondents expressed a general lack of education in both OSA and OAs. The majority of 142 dentists never prescribed OAs for OSA patients. Conclusions General practice dentists polled had poor knowledge and inadequate clinical experience in OSA and OAs, which shows the lack of education in this area of dental sleep medicine.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.5005/jp-journals-10031-1202


Improved Inflammatory and Cardiometabolic Profile After Soft-Tissue Sleep Surgery for Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Importance Obstructive sleep apnea is associated with a rise in serum inflammatory markers, which can be reduced by sleep apnea. Aims The aim was to determine whether sleep surgery was related to raised proinflammatory markers in adults with OSA. Review of Study Design Two authors reviewed Cochrane, Embase, and PubMed databases for studies comparing serum biomarkers in patients undergoing sleep surgery. Following soft-tissue sleep surgery, increased age, higher preoperative score with oxyhemoglobin saturation greater than 90%, and higher change in CT90 postoperatively were all related to a rise in serum CRP levels. A higher reduction in apnea hypopnea index was largely correlated with a decrease in total cholesterol and LDL. A rise in HDL has been associated with a larger decline in body mass index and AHI.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1001/jamaoto.2022.2285


Site and mechanics of spontaneous, sleep-associated obstructive apnea in infants

The connection between measurements of magnetic resonance images and body weight of 70 infants was guiding for catheter placement. Infants treated for OSA had the most common gastrointestinal obstruction, relative to 39. 6% from infants with infrequent events. Infants with OSA have a soft palate, which is often involved in infants with upper airway obstructions. Infant responses to upper airway obstruction are similar between those of premature infants and older children, with infrequent termination by arousal triggering termination, but no existing u201d and respiratory measures exceeding baseline during the case.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1152/jappl.2000.89.6.2453


Dynamic ventilatory response to CO 2 in congestive heart failure patients with and without central sleep apnea

Patients with stable congestive heart failure have a common cause of sleep-disordered breathing. During wakefulness in CHF patients with and without CSA using a pseudorandom binary CO 2 stimulus device, a dynamic loop increase and delay of the chemoreflex response to CO 2 was determined. We suspect that an increase in the dynamic gain of the central chemoreflex response to CO 2 may have contributed to the emergence of CSA in patients with CHF.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1152/jappl.2001.91.1.408


Within-night variation in respiratory effort preceding apnea termination and EEG delta power in sleep apnea

In each case, the correlation between the DP max and delta power was significant, but the coherence between DP max and delta power at their dominant frequency was high. These results indicate that the arousal threshold to airway occlusion in patients with obstructive sleep apnea varies cyclically during the night, corresponding to the underlying cycles of sleep.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1152/jappl.1998.85.4.1434


Apnea and periodic breathing in bed-sharing and solitary sleeping infants

Bed sharing by Mother-infant Bedsharing, in comparison to the solitary sleeping condition, has recently been shown to numerous health and behavioral issues. We compared the incidence of central and obstructive apneas, as well as periodic breathing in bed-sharing and solitary sleeping infants to determine the physiological consequences of bed sharing. In a sleep lab, twenty regularly bed-sharing mother-infant pairs and fifteen commonly solitary sleeping pairs slept for three nights. Each pair spent 1 night bed sharing and 1 night in solitary sleep in random order following their initial adaptability night. There were significantly fewer obstructive apneas on the bed-sharing night than on the single night, but only in the case of routinely solitary sleeping infants. Infants can also have subtle neurophysiological and/or developmental differences.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1152/jappl.1998.84.4.1374


Arousal and ventilatory responses during sleep in children with obstructive sleep apnea

Abnormal central control of upper airway muscles may play a role in the pathophysiology of childhood obstructive sleep disorder apnea syndrome. Patients with OSAS aroused at a higher risk [Formula: see text] ; those with the highest apnea index had the highest arousal threshold. We conclude that children with OSAS have marginally reduced arousal responses to hypercapnia. However, in children with OSAS, the overall ventilation and arousal responses are similar, indicating that a global lack in respiratory drive is not a contributing factor in childhood OSAS's etiology.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1152/jappl.1998.84.6.1926


Protoveratrines A and B increase sleep apnea index in Sprague-Dawley rats

In Sprague-Dawley rats, Protoveratrines A and B raise sleep apnea levels. [Heart period] increased up to 27 percent in wakefulness, 11% in non-rapid-eye-movement sleep, and 20% in REM sleep were recorded in all three behavioral states]; P 0. 005 for each]. Minute ventilation slowed by up to 24% in wakefulness, 25% in non-REM, and 35% in REM sleep. We conclude that pharmacological stimulation of baroreflexes results in an apnea expression in the sleeping rat.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1152/jappl.1997.83.5.1602

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