FACE: Phenotyping analysis of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients with sleep disordered breathing (SDB) indicated for adaptive servoventilation (ASV): 2-year follow-up results.

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

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – The impact of different treatment modalities on obstructive sleep apnoea
Session: The impact of different treatment modalities on obstructive sleep apnoea
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 4737
Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

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R. Tamisier (Grenoble, France), T. Damy (Creteil, France), J. Davy (Montpellier, France), J. Verbraecken (Antwerp, Belgium), S. Bailly (Grenoble, France), F. Lavergne (Saint-Priest, France), A. Palot (Marseille, France), F. Goutorbe (Beziers, France), J. Pepin (Grenoble, France), M. D'Ortho (Paris, France). FACE: Phenotyping analysis of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients with sleep disordered breathing (SDB) indicated for adaptive servoventilation (ASV): 2-year follow-up results.. 4737

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