respiratory
Sleep

You slept for how long?


People undergoing home polysomnography tests for suspected OSA are not that good at estimating their sleep time, a study from Victoria shows. But the findings do not appear to have a significant affect on diagnosis, reported the authors from Austin Hospital, Heidelberg, Victoria in the Internal Medicine Journal.  Types 3 and four polysomnography (PSG) tests are based ...

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