The international ADHERE registry of real-world use of hypoglossal nerve stimulation also showed a nonsignificant trend toward better outcomes in women than in men.
Our Sleep Disorders Center is using the funds to create a first-of-kind sleep biophysiologic repository leveraging over 100,000 sleep studies and to study links between sleep apnea and QT prolongation.
A sleep disorders expert gives context to the work behind the Nobel Prize in Medicine — and looks to how it may shape future research.
The directors of Cleveland Clinic’s Sleep Disorders Center and Sleep Research Center break down the new USPSTF report.
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The nation’s leading sleep medicine society has updated guidelines on testing for sleep apnea for the first time in 10 years. A co-author of the document outlines key changes in recommendations.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have identified biomarkers that might ultimately serve as tools for diagnostics and monitoring — or even as therapeutic targets — in patients with these concurrent conditions.
An analysis of 190 cardiac surgery patients who had polysomnograms suggests that patients with sleep-disordered breathing and obesity merit special targeting to curb afib risk after heart surgery.
Compelling data show that sleep-disordered breathing has direct effects on atrial fibrillation. Our ongoing research aims to identify which measures to include in polysomnographic monitoring to best predict incident atrial fib.