In this podcast, Dr. Shirin Shafazand chats with Dr. Douglas Bradley, a respirologist, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Division of Respirology, and of the Centre for Sleep Medicine and Circadian Biology at the University of Toronto.
For the study, the researchers tracked just over 1,300 patients from Brazil, China, India, Myanmar and Singapore who had undergone angioplasty with stents. In these procedures, surgeons thread catheters through vessels and clear blockages by implanting stents designed to keep arteries open.
Our 2018 Conference “Sleep to Live” will be primary care focused – offering Physicians, Dentists, and Physician Extenders a unique collaborative educational experience – all aimed at early detection of Sleep Apnea and its comorbidities.
The following is a link to the SAVE trial recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine. It is a negative results trial indicating that CPAP offers no statistically significant benefit to the group