CPAP y otros métodos de tratamiento | 26 MAR 24

Apnea obstructiva del sueño

Revisión de los tratamientos conservadores y quirúrgicos incluidas sus indicaciones, efectividad, advertencias y los pacientes para quienes podrían ser más efectivos.
Autor/a: Loutfi S. Aboussouan, Aparna Bhat, Todd Coy y Alan Kominsky  Clinic Journal of Medicine Volume 90 Number 12 December 2023
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencia bibliográfica
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