Using individualized mandibular advancement device to avoid confusing jaw maneuvers during DISE in 114 consecutive sleep-apnea patients.

J. sanabria (Madrid, Spain), J. Arrieta (madrid, Spain), S. Gonzalez Pondal (madrid, Spain), C. Cenjor Casas (Madrid, Spain), F. Troncoso (Madrid, Spain), P. Rodriguez (Madrid, Spain), E. Teixeira (Madrid, Spain), I. Alcalá (Madrid, Spain), L. Baguena (Madrid, Spain), A. Campos (Madrid, Spain), I. Mahillo (Madrid, Spain), T. Gomez García (Madrid, Spain)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Beyond continuous positive airway pressure treatment
Session: Beyond continuous positive airway pressure treatment
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 4174

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