Predictors Of Success For Oral Appliance Therapy In Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients Based On Initial Craniofacial Characteristics.Khojah, Maysaa.
Abstract: Aims: 1. To evaluate the association of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) severity with age, BMI and certain craniofacial characteristics. 2. To compare these characteristics among the three different categories of OSA severity. 3. To investigate whether any of these characteristics could predict the success of oral appliance (OA) therapy. Hypotheses: 1. There is a positive association betwe... read more
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