Cardiovascular comorbidity by clinical phenotypes of obstructive sleep apnea and sleeping hours

A. Torrente Nieto (Girona, Spain), E. Rojas Calvera (Girona, Spain), M. Plana Pes (Girona, Spain), A. Obrador Legares (Girona, Spain), I. Castellà Dagà (Salt, Spain), M. Salvans Sagué (Girona, Spain), E. Marco Segarra (Girona, Spain), X. Espuña Capote (Sils, Spain), D. Torres Scianca (Girona, Spain), S. Mota Casals (Girona, Spain), M. Comas Cufí (Girona, Spain), R. Ramos Blanes (Girona, Spain), R. Orriols Martinez (Girona, Spain)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Consequences for obstructive sleep apnoea and potential modalities for early identification
Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

Congress or journal article abstractE-poster

Rating: 0
You must login to grade this presentation.

Share or cite this content

Citations should be made in the following way:
A. Torrente Nieto (Girona, Spain), E. Rojas Calvera (Girona, Spain), M. Plana Pes (Girona, Spain), A. Obrador Legares (Girona, Spain), I. Castellà Dagà (Salt, Spain), M. Salvans Sagué (Girona, Spain), E. Marco Segarra (Girona, Spain), X. Espuña Capote (Sils, Spain), D. Torres Scianca (Girona, Spain), S. Mota Casals (Girona, Spain), M. Comas Cufí (Girona, Spain), R. Ramos Blanes (Girona, Spain), R. Orriols Martinez (Girona, Spain). Cardiovascular comorbidity by clinical phenotypes of obstructive sleep apnea and sleeping hours. 2527

You must login to share this Presentation/Article on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn or by email.

Member's Comments

No comment yet.
You must Login to comment this presentation.


Related content which might interest you: