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Hypoxia, Not the Frequency of Sleep Apnea, Causes Acute Hemodynamic Stress in Patients with Congestive Heart Failure
Journal of Cardiac Failure (2009)
  • Joshua D Gottlieb, Harvard University
  • Alan R Schwartz, Johns Hopkins University
  • Samer S Najjar
  • Stephen S Gottlieb, University of Maryland
Abstract
Hypoxia appears to be an important factor that underlies the impact of sleep abnormalities on hemodynamic stress in HF. Prevention of hypoxia might be especially important in these patients.
Publication Date
August, 2009
Citation Information
Joshua D Gottlieb, Alan R Schwartz, Samer S Najjar and Stephen S Gottlieb. "Hypoxia, Not the Frequency of Sleep Apnea, Causes Acute Hemodynamic Stress in Patients with Congestive Heart Failure" Journal of Cardiac Failure Vol. 15 Iss. 6S (2009)
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