Adaptive ventilation for central sleep apnea linked to increased mortality in … – 2 Minute Medicine

 

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Adaptive ventilation for central sleep apnea linked to increased mortality in
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1. Patients with reduced ejection heart failure (HF) and central sleep apnea who received servo-assisted ventilation did not show a difference in the composite end point of death in comparison to similar patients receiving standard medical care. 2

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Central sleep apnea device increases mortality in patients with HF – Healio

 

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Central sleep apnea device increases mortality in patients with HF
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The study included 1,325 patients (left ventricular EF < 45%; mean apnea-hypopnea index, ? 15 events per hour; mean age, 69 years; 90% men) with chronic HF with reduced ejection fraction (HFrEF) who were randomly assigned to receive guideline-based …
Central Sleep Apnea Device Spikes Heart Failure MortalityMD Magazine
Central Sleep Apnea Therapy Neutral on Outcomes but Hints at Increased MortalityMedscape

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UA study finds link between persistent insomnia, inflammation and mortality risk – KVOA Tucson News

 

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UA study finds link between persistent insomnia, inflammation and mortality risk
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TUCSON – A UA research team has found a relationship between persistent insomnia, inflammation and mortality. The team led by Arizona Respiratory Center faculty members Sairam Parthasarathy and Stefano Guerra found data showing that persistent …

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Chronic insomnia ups mortality risk: Study – Zee News

 

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Chronic insomnia ups mortality risk: Study
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"We hypothesised that insomnia that was persistent over eight years, rather than intermittent insomnia, was associated with death independent of the effects of sedatives, opportunity for sleep, and other confounding factors in a representative sample
Persistent insomnia tied to increased mortality riskFinancial Express
Chronic lack of sleep can literally kill youBusiness Standard

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Researchers find link between persistent insomnia and increased mortality risk – Medical Xpress

 

Researchers find link between persistent insomnia and increased mortality risk
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A connection between persistent insomnia and increased inflammation and mortality has been identified by a group of researchers from the University of Arizona. Their study, published in The American Journal of Medicine, found that people who suffer
Public Release: 26-Feb-2015 Researchers find link between persistent insomnia EurekAlert (press release)

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