Shifting the burden of care in obstructive sleep apnoea
Addressing obstructive sleep apnoea early: how to address an unmet need for patients without a tenable treatment option, while reducing the burden on the NHS. Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is universally appreciated to be extremely common, to some degree affecting 25% of middle-aged men and 13% of middle-aged women globally. OSA is of course also … Continued