CO2 measurement in children’s polysomnography: is it worth it?

R. Ferreira (Lisbon, Portugal), Â. Drago (Lisbon, Portugal), Â. Martins (Lisbon, Portugal), A. Silva (Lisbon, Portugal), L. Oliveira (Lisbon, Portugal)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Respiratory physiology and breathing during sleep in health and sickness

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