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Subject: ESRS_abstract_P727

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Date: Friday, August 19, 2016 2:13 PM

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The abstract’s reference number is : P727

Titled: Sleep apnea obstructive associated with other comorbidities

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Topic: 21. B. Clinical Sleep Science - 21. Medical Disorders and Sleep
Title: Sleep apnea obstructive associated with other comorbidities
Author(s): F. Mihaltan, E. Jeler
Institute(s): Pneumology, Carol Davila University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Bucharest, Romania
Text: Objectives: Sleep apnea obstructive (OSA) is a condition with a frequency of 4-6%. Based on
preliminary research it demonstrated a strong association between obesity and sleep apnea
obstructive form (about 65% of patients diagnosed with this disorder are obese).
Scope: Is to show association between OSA with other comorbidities and treatment effect on
disease.
Methods: We studied 100 patients diagnosed with OSAS who were registered Marius Nasta
Pneumology Institute of Bucharest between 2013-2014, patients were randomly selected
Patients were reassessed at 2, 6, 12 months.
Results and conclusion: Studies have shown a great frequency of hypertension, obesity,
dyslipidemia, as well as ORL disorders being more common in patients with severe OSA.
OSA Distribution
Mean BMI
mild OSA (2.12%)
30.29
moderate OSA (10.63%)
30.84
severe OSA (87.23%)
34.03
BMI Distribution
Number of patients
Underweight
0
Normal (healthy weight)
0
Overweight
26 (27.65%)

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