High CRP plasma levels in OSA patients correlate with high Pichot fatigue scale score

N. Evgeniev (Ruse, Bulgaria), R. Nikolaeva (Ruse, Bulgaria), N. Conev (Ruse, Bulgaria), I. Donev (Ruse, Bulgaria)

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

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