Published in Obesity and Diabetes Week, November 30th, 2009
"A standard clinical polysomnogram (airflow measured with a nasal/oral pressure catheter) was performed to assess the impact of pharyngeal collapse on the participants' natural sleep. A second polysomnogram with a pneumotachograph and a supraglottic pressure catheter to measure airflow and effort was performed to compare the...
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