Late Breaking Abstract - FACE: Cluster phenotyping predicting outcomes in a prospective multicenter cohort study of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients with central sleep disorder breathing (SDB) indicated for adaptive servo ventilation (ASV).

R. Tamisier (Grenoble, France), S. Bailly (Grenoble, France), T. Damy (Créteil, France), J. Davy (Montpellier, France), F. Goutorbe (Beziers, France), F. Lavergne (Saint-Priest, France), P. Levy (Grenoble, France), A. Palot (Marseille, France), J. Verbraecken (Antwerp, Belgium), M. D'Ortho (Paris, France), J. Pepin (Grenoble, France)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Current perspectives in obstructive sleep apnoea therapeutic plans and their effects
Session: Current perspectives in obstructive sleep apnoea therapeutic plans and their effects
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 5175
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R. Tamisier (Grenoble, France), S. Bailly (Grenoble, France), T. Damy (Créteil, France), J. Davy (Montpellier, France), F. Goutorbe (Beziers, France), F. Lavergne (Saint-Priest, France), P. Levy (Grenoble, France), A. Palot (Marseille, France), J. Verbraecken (Antwerp, Belgium), M. D'Ortho (Paris, France), J. Pepin (Grenoble, France). Late Breaking Abstract - FACE: Cluster phenotyping predicting outcomes in a prospective multicenter cohort study of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients with central sleep disorder breathing (SDB) indicated for adaptive servo ventilation (ASV).. 5175

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