An increasing number of screening tools are helping anesthesiologists identify patients with obstructive sleep apnea and prevent potential negative sequelae, reports Anesthesiology News.
“OSA is a multifactorial disorder with both anatomical and nonanatomical determinants,” said Yamini Subramani, MD, a fellow at Toronto Western Hospital. “The relative dominance of each pathophysiological factor varies largely between individuals.”
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