Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) can be reliably diagnosed in the primary care setting with a portable nasal flow monitor in a model that offers an alternative to sleep specialist-led services, Australian research shows. The Sydney OSA-GP study, led by the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, first trained GPs to recognise OSA symptoms in their patients. ...
Primary care OSA model offers alternative to sleep specialist management
By Mardi Chapman
31 Aug 2021