2010
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-84842010005000006
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Apneia obstrutiva do sono em portadores da anemia falciforme

Abstract: A Síndrome da Apneia Obstrutiva do Sono (SAOS) é definida como episódios recorrentes de obstrução completa ou parcial das vias aéreas superiores que ocorrem durante o sono. O fluxo aéreo pode estar diminuído ou completamente interrompido, a despeito do esforço inspiratório, resultando em episódios intermitentes de hipoxemia, hipercapnia. A presença de SAOS poderá ser um fator de piora da hipoxemia noturna, da doença de base, concorrendo para ocorrência de síndrome torácica aguda. Com o objetivo de revisar dado… Show more

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“…In the literature consulted, the prevalence of ATH ranged from 11 to 37.6%, 16 17 which was in line with the findings of our study. Other studies have estimated the prevalence of SDB, whose main cause in children is ATH, 4 14 18 characterized by the occurrence of snoring as an isolated signal (primary snoring), or associated with an increased resistance of the upper airways, with obstructive hypoventilation until the complete collapse, leading to obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. 18 19 While primary snoring affects 9 to 29% of children, SDB with hypoventilation and apnea occurs in 1 to 4% of children.…”
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“…In the literature consulted, the prevalence of ATH ranged from 11 to 37.6%, 16 17 which was in line with the findings of our study. Other studies have estimated the prevalence of SDB, whose main cause in children is ATH, 4 14 18 characterized by the occurrence of snoring as an isolated signal (primary snoring), or associated with an increased resistance of the upper airways, with obstructive hypoventilation until the complete collapse, leading to obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. 18 19 While primary snoring affects 9 to 29% of children, SDB with hypoventilation and apnea occurs in 1 to 4% of children.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other studies have estimated the prevalence of SDB, whose main cause in children is ATH, 4 14 18 characterized by the occurrence of snoring as an isolated signal (primary snoring), or associated with an increased resistance of the upper airways, with obstructive hypoventilation until the complete collapse, leading to obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. 18 19 While primary snoring affects 9 to 29% of children, SDB with hypoventilation and apnea occurs in 1 to 4% of children. 18 20 Among the other causes of SDB, obesity, craniofacial malformations, neurological diseases, and gastroesophageal reflux disease stand out.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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