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This area of our site caters to GPs, sleep therapists and sleep lab nurses.
How are obesity and sleep apnoea connected? Research suggests that sleep apnoea:
Valencia-Flores M, Orea A, Castano VA, Resendiz M, Rosales M, Rebollar V, Santiago V, Gallegos J, Campos RM, Gonzalez J, Oseguera J, Garcia-Ramos G, Bliwise DL. Prevalence of sleep apnea and electrocardiographic disturbances in morbidly obese patients.
O’Keeffe T, Patterson E. Evidence supporting routine polysomnography before bariatric surgery.
Perugini RA, Mason R, Czerniach DR, Novitsky YW, Baker S, Litwin DE, Kelly JJ. Predictors of complication and suboptimal weight loss after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: a series of 188 patients.
Cooney RN, Haluck RS, Ku J, Bass T, MacLeod J, Brunner H, Miller CA. Analysis of cost outliers after gastric bypass surgery: what can we learn?
Schumann R, Jones SB, Ortiz VE, Connor K, Pulai I, Ozawa ET, Harvey AM, Carr DB. Best practice recommendations for anesthetic perioperative care and pain management in weight loss surgery.
Lankford DA, Proctor CD, Richard R. Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) changes in bariatric surgery patients undergoing rapid weight loss.
Guardiano SA, Scott JA, Ware JC, Schechner SA. The long-term results of gastric bypass on indexes of sleep apnea.
Charuzi I, Lavie P, Peiser J, Peled R. Bariatric surgery in morbidly obese sleep-apnea patients: short- and long-term follow-up.
Peppard PE, Young T, Palta M, Dempsey J, Skatrud J. Longitudinal study of moderate weight change and sleep-disordered breathing.
Explore research about diabetes in relation to sleep and respiratory care.
Read a selection of research articles on the topics of bilevel therapy and noninvasive ventilation.
Learn more about the differences between fixed pressure and auto-adjusting therapy devices.