Jan 12, 2019
This week, I want to do a quick rapid review of OSA (obstructive sleep apnea). It's a topic on the blueprint and one you should know about, because it puts patient's at risk for many complications.
OSA is one of the most common sleep disorders and occurs due to decreased airflow through the upper airway due to soft tissue collapse. This occurs during sleep and leads to derangement of the oxygen-carbon dioxide exchange.
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