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    March 2018
  1. HERZOG M, Kellner P
    Response to the comment: Is observed upper airway obstruction patterns during drug-induced sedation endoscopy dose-dependent?
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:187.
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  2. DIJEMENI E
    Is observed upper airway obstruction patterns during drug-induced sedation endoscopy dose-dependent?
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:185-186.
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  3. CHANG ET, Fernandez-Salvador C, Capasso R, Camacho M, et al
    Response to a letter to the editor titled: Are observed upper airway obstruction patterns during drug-induced sedation endoscopy dose-dependent?
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:189-190.
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  4. VANDERVEKEN OM
    The global and evident need to increase the validity and uniformity when performing drug-induced sleep endoscopy.
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:191-192.
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  5. MYSLIWIEC V, Brock MS
    Time for a standardized clinical assessment for narcolepsy with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:49-50.
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  6. DIJEMENI E, D'Amone G
    Is sedation administration strategy and analysis during drug-induced sedation endoscopy objective and systematic?
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:181-182.
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  7. PAZARLI AC, Esquinas AM
    Intervention for CPAP adherence in OSAS: a choice to patient or technique?
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:55.
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  8. HEISER C, Edenharter GM
    Response to "is sedation administration strategy and analysis during drug-induced sedation endoscopy objective and systematic?"
    Sleep Breath. 2018;22:183-184.
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    May 2017
  9. VIEIRA PMG, Kim LJ, Tufik S, Coelho FM, et al
    On the importance of polysomnography after stroke.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:483-484.
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  10. PONSAING LB, Iversen HK, Jennum P
    Answer to "On the importance of polysomnography after stroke".
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:485.
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  11. LI Y, Wang Y
    Author response to: Effects of heated humidifier during CPAP titration in the cool sleeping environment.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:481-482.
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  12. VARGAS M, Esquinas Rodriguez AM
    Effects of heated humidifier during CPAP titration in the cool sleeping environment.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:479.
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    March 2017
  13. CARRATU P, Zito A, Dragonieri S, Ciccone MM, et al
    Effect of CPAP on cardiovascular risks in OSA patients. A 4-year follow-up, preliminary data.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:143-144.
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  14. DRUMOND CL, Souza DS, Serra-Negra JM, Marques LS, et al
    Respiratory disorders and the prevalence of sleep bruxism among schoolchildren aged 8 to 11 years.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:203-208.
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  15. DA CUNHA SILVA SANTIAGO L, Batista RM, Lyra MJ, Farah BQ, et al
    The role played by gender and age on poor sleep quality among institutionalized adolescents.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:197-202.
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  16. YU ZH, Xu XH, Wang SD, Song MF, et al
    Effect and safety of paroxetine combined with zolpidem in treatment of primary insomnia.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:191-195.
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  17. NAYAK CS, Sinha S, Nagappa M, Thennarasu K, et al
    Lack of heart rate variability during sleep-related apnea in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE)-an indirect marker of SUDEP?
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:163-172.
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  18. WU J, Li P, Wu X
    The effect of chronic intermittent hypoxia on respiratory sensitivity to morphine in rats.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:227-233.
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  19. ANSARI M, Rahmani F, Dolatshahi M, Pooyan A, et al
    Brain pathway differences between Parkinson's disease patients with and without REM sleep behavior disorder.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:155-161.
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  20. CARRASCO-LLATAS M, Zerpa-Zerpa V, Dalmau-Galofre J
    Reliability of drug-induced sedation endoscopy: interobserver agreement.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:173-179.
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  21. MA S, Rui X, Qi P, Liu G, et al
    Sleep disorders in patients with multiple sclerosis in China.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:149-154.
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  22. TROST MJ, Cowell M, Cannon J, Mitchell K, et al
    Risk factors for overnight respiratory events following sedation for magnetic resonance imaging in children with sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:137-141.
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  23. HUANG Z, Zheng Z, Luo Y, Li S, et al
    Prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing in acute coronary syndrome: a systemic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:217-226.
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  24. FU Y, Xia Y, Yi H, Xu H, et al
    Meta-analysis of all-cause and cardiovascular mortality in obstructive sleep apnea with or without continuous positive airway pressure treatment.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:181-189.
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  25. BOZKUS F, Dikmen N, Gungor G, Samur A, et al
    The effect of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and hypothyroidism to intima-media thickness of carotid artery.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:31-36.
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  26. HOFAUER B, Strohl K, Knopf A, Bas M, et al
    Sonographic evaluation of tongue motions during upper airway stimulation for obstructive sleep apnea-a pilot study.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:101-107.
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  27. LEE SA, Paek JH, Chung YS, Kim WS, et al
    Clinical features in patients with positional obstructive sleep apnea according to its subtypes.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:109-117.
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  28. CHARAKORN N, Hirunwiwatkul P, Chirakalwasan N, Chaitusaney B, et al
    The effects of topical nasal steroids on continuous positive airway pressure compliance in patients with obstructive sleep apnea: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:3-8.
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  29. MEDEIROS AK, Coutinho RQ, Barros IM, Costa LO, et al
    Obstructive sleep apnea is independently associated with subclinical coronary atherosclerosis among middle-aged women.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:77-83.
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  30. ISACSSON G, Fodor C, Sturebrand M
    Obstructive sleep apnea treated with custom-made bibloc and monobloc oral appliances: a retrospective comparative study.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:93-100.
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  31. LIN YS, Liu PH, Lin SW, Chuang LP, et al
    Simple obstructive sleep apnea patients without hypertension or diabetes accelerate kidney dysfunction: a population follow-up cohort study from Taiwan.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:85-91.
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  32. FAROOQUI FA, Sharma SK, Kumar A, Soneja M, et al
    Endothelial function and carotid intima media thickness in obstructive sleep apnea without comorbidity.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:69-76.
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  33. EMAMI E, Nguyen HP, Rompre P, Lavigne GJ, et al
    The effect of nocturnal wear of dentures on the sleep quality: a systematic review and meta-analysis.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:9-18.
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  34. VIVODTZEV I, Mendelson M, Croteau M, Gorain S, et al
    Physiological correlates to spontaneous physical activity variability in obese patients with already treated sleep apnea syndrome.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:61-68.
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  35. CHEN LD, Lin L, Ou YW, Wu Z, et al
    Effect of positive airway pressure on glomerular filtration rate in patients with sleep-disordered breathing: a meta-analysis.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:53-59.
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  36. FARIA AC, Garcia LV, Santos AC, Eckeli AL, et al
    Dynamic comparison of pharyngeal stability during sleep in patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome treated with maxillomandibular advancement.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:25-30.
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  37. BILGIN TOPCUOGLU O, Oruc O, Afsar GC, Sarac S, et al
    Ulnar nerve entrapment at elbow in obstructive sleep apnea patients: a randomized controlled trial.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:45-51.
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  38. TAN S, Liu X, Xu Y, Luo L, et al
    Serum high-density lipoprotein correlates with serum apolipoprotein M and A5 in obstructive sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:37-44.
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  39. KORKMAZ S, Aksu M, Baskol G
    Plasma apelin level in patients with restless legs syndrome and its association with periodic leg movements.
    Sleep Breath. 2017;21:19-24.
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    December 2016
  40. NIGAM G, Riaz M
    Probing the prevalence of central sleep apnea in patients with chronic kidney disease.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1275-1276.
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  41. COPPOLA MP
    Doctor, PAP thyself: commentary on Yasmin R, Muntham D, and Chirakalwasan N's Uncovering the sleep disorders among young doctors.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1135-1136.
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  42. KAUPPI P, Bachour P, Maasilta P, Bachour A, et al
    The effect of CPAP treatment for obstructive sleep apnea on asthma control-study limitations-author's response.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1271-1272.
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  43. CRAVO J, Pazarli AC, Esquinas AM
    The effect of CPAP treatment for obstructive sleep apnea on asthma control-study limitations.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1269.
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    September 2016
  44. CAMACHO M, Song SA, Tolisano AM
    Oral pressure therapy (winx) for obstructive sleep apnea: a meta-analysis updating the systematic review.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1011-2.
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  45. RAMAN R, Srinivasan S, Nagarajan R
    Structural and functional retinal abnormalities in type 2 diabetes with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1005-7.
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  46. KAWADA T
    Validation study of STOP-Bang score for screening sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1093.
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  47. SCHOBERSBERGER W, Burtscher M, Leichtfried V
    Acute mountain sickness and arterial oxygen saturation.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1077-8.
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  48. SIKRI G, Srinivasa AB, Bhutani S
    Acute mountain sickness and oxygen saturation.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1075-6.
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  49. STEPHAN S, Antonio E, Christian M
    Autonomic nervous system and cardiac channelopathies in sleep apnea-one more piece of a complex puzzle?
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:1003-4.
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    May 2016
  50. MOHSENIN V
    The emerging role of microRNAs in hypoxia-induced pulmonary hypertension.
    Sleep Breath. 2016.
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  51. KAWADA T
    Inflammatory markers in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:889-90.
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  52. LEE WH, Kim JW
    Reply to letter inflammatory markers in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:891-2.
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  53. AMDO T, Hasaneen N, Gold MS, Gold AR, et al
    Somatic syndromes, insomnia, anxiety, and stress among sleep disordered breathing patients.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:759-68.
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  54. HERNANDEZ AB, Patil SP
    Pathophysiology of central sleep apneas.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:467-82.
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  55. MUNAFO D, Hevener W, Crocker M, Willes L, et al
    A telehealth program for CPAP adherence reduces labor and yields similar adherence and efficacy when compared to standard of care.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:777-85.
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  56. BACHOUR P, Bachour A, Kauppi P, Maasilta P, et al
    Oral appliance in sleep apnea treatment: respiratory and clinical effects and long-term adherence.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:805-12.
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  57. GOLD MS, Amdo T, Hasaneen N, Gold AR, et al
    Somatic arousal and sleepiness/fatigue among patients with sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:749-58.
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  58. JOUKAR S, Ghorbani-Shahrbabaki S
    Does experimental paradoxical sleep deprivation (EPSD) is an appropriate model for evaluation of cardiovascular complications of obstructive sleep apnea?
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:787-93.
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  59. JALILOLGHADR S, Yazdi Z, Mahram M, Babaei F, et al
    Sleep architecture and obstructive sleep apnea in obese children with and without metabolic syndrome: a case control study.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:845-51.
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  60. ARORA A, Chaidas K, Garas G, Amlani A, et al
    Outcome of TORS to tongue base and epiglottis in patients with OSA intolerant of conventional treatment.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:739-47.
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  61. WALTER LM, Biggs SN, Cikor N, Rowe K, et al
    The efficacy of the OSA-18 as a waiting list triage tool for OSA in children.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:837-44.
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  62. BACHOUR A, Vitikainen P, Maasilta P
    Rates of initial acceptance of PAP masks and outcomes of mask switching.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:733-8.
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  63. KOO BB, Won C, Selim BJ, Qin L, et al
    The Determining Risk of Vascular Events by Apnea Monitoring (DREAM) study: design, rationale, and methods.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:893-900.
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  64. HAYASHIDA K, Kobayashi M, Namba K, Ueki Y, et al
    Progression of obstructive sleep apnoea syndrome in Japanese patients.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:711-8.
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  65. ZHONG A, Xiong X, Shi M, Xu H, et al
    Roles of interleukin (IL)-6 gene polymorphisms, serum IL-6 levels, and treatment in obstructive sleep apnea: a meta-analysis.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:719-31.
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  66. LUZ GP, Guimaraes TM, Weaver TE, Nery LE, et al
    Impaired sustained attention and lapses are present in patients with mild obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:681-7.
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  67. SAITO M, Yamaguchi T, Mikami S, Watanabe K, et al
    Weak association between sleep bruxism and obstructive sleep apnea. A sleep laboratory study.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:703-9.
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  68. STUGINSKI-BARBOSA J, Porporatti AL, Costa YM, Svensson P, et al
    Diagnostic validity of the use of a portable single-channel electromyography device for sleep bruxism.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:695-702.
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  69. MARKLUND M
    Long-term efficacy of an oral appliance in early treated patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:689-94.
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  70. KOUTSOURELAKIS I, Lamprou K, Vagiakis E, Zakynthinos S, et al
    Resolution of apnoeas in slow wave sleep.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:819-20.
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  71. NIGAM G, Pathak C, Riaz M
    Effectiveness of oral pressure therapy in obstructive sleep apnea: a systematic analysis.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:663-71.
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  72. GLOS M, Penzel T, Schoebel C, Nitzsche GR, et al
    Comparison of effects of OSA treatment by MAD and by CPAP on cardiac autonomic function during daytime.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:635-46.
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  73. TURNBULL CD, Manuel AR, Stradling JR
    Does either obesity or OSA severity influence the response of autotitrating CPAP machines in very obese subjects?
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:647-52.
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  74. TRENAMAN L, Munro S, Almeida F, Ayas N, et al
    Development of a patient decision aid prototype for adults with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:653-61.
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  75. BARONI A, Bruzzese JM, Di Bartolo CA, Shatkin JP, et al
    Fitbit Flex: an unreliable device for longitudinal sleep measures in a non-clinical population.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:853-4.
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  76. DUNET V, Rey-Bataillard V, Allenbach G, Beysard N, et al
    Effects of continuous positive airway pressure treatment on coronary vasoreactivity measured by (82)Rb cardiac PET/CT in obstructive sleep apnea patients.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:673-9.
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  77. XU H, Guan J, Yi H, Zou J, et al
    Elevated low-density lipoprotein cholesterol is independently associated with obstructive sleep apnea: evidence from a large-scale cross-sectional study.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:627-34.
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  78. CARRATU P, Ventura VA, Maniscalco M, Dragonieri S, et al
    Echocardiographic findings and plasma endothelin-1 levels in obese patients with and without obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:613-9.
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  79. LAL C, DiBartolo MM, Kumbhare S, Strange C, et al
    Impact of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome on cognition in early postmenopausal women.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:621-6.
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  80. NAHAPETIAN R, Silva GE, Vana KD, Parthasarathy S, et al
    Weighted STOP-Bang and screening for sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:597-603.
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  81. NIIRANEN TJ, Kronholm E, Rissanen H, Partinen M, et al
    Self-reported obstructive sleep apnea, simple snoring, and various markers of sleep-disordered breathing as predictors of cardiovascular risk.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:589-96.
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  82. MANZAR MD, Rajput MM, Zannat W, Hameed UA, et al
    Association between sleep quality and inflammatory complement components in collegiate males.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:867-72.
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  83. KUNISAKI KM, Bohn OA, Wetherbee EE, Rector TS, et al
    High-resolution wrist-worn overnight oximetry has high positive predictive value for obstructive sleep apnea in a sleep study referral population.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:583-7.
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  84. GUILLEMINAULT C, Abad VC, Chiu HY, Peters B, et al
    Missing teeth and pediatric obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:561-8.
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  85. HEISER C, Maurer JT, Steffen A
    Functional outcome of tongue motions with selective hypoglossal nerve stimulation in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:553-60.
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  86. SIWASARANOND N, Nimitphong H, Saetung S, Chirakalwasan N, et al
    Shorter sleep duration is associated with poorer glycemic control in type 2 diabetes patients with untreated sleep-disordered breathing.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:569-74.
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  87. LAI AY, Ip MS, Lam JC, Weaver TE, et al
    A pathway underlying the impact of CPAP adherence on intimate relationship with bed partner in men with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:543-51.
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  88. ASSEFA SZ, Diaz-Abad M, Korotinsky A, Tom SE, et al
    Comparison of a simple obstructive sleep apnea screening device with standard in-laboratory polysomnography.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:537-41.
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  89. KOSTOPOULOS K, Alhanatis E, Pampoukas K, Georgiopoulos G, et al
    CPAP therapy induces favorable short-term changes in epicardial fat thickness and vascular and metabolic markers in apparently healthy subjects with obstructive sleep apnea-hypopnea syndrome (OSAHS).
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:483-93.
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  90. RAHAVI-EZABADI S, Amali A, Sadeghniiat-Haghighi K, Montazeri A, et al
    Translation, cultural adaptation, and validation of the Sleep Apnea Quality of Life Index (SAQLI) in Persian-speaking patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:523-8.
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  91. QI JC, Huang JC, Lin QC, Zhao JM, et al
    Relationship between obstructive sleep apnea and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in nonobese adults.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:529-35.
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  92. REN R, Huang G, Zhang J, Zhou J, et al
    Age and severity matched comparison of gender differences in the prevalence of periodic limb movements during sleep in patients with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:821-7.
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  93. TORALDO DM, De Benedetto M, Scoditti E, De Nuccio F, et al
    Obstructive sleep apnea syndrome: coagulation anomalies and treatment with continuous positive airway pressure.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:457-65.
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  94. BAHAMMAM AS, Kendzerska T, Gupta R, Ramasubramanian C, et al
    Comorbid depression in obstructive sleep apnea: an under-recognized association.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:447-56.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  95. OZDAS S, Ozdas T, Acar M, Erbek SS, et al
    Association of Interleukin-10 gene promoter polymorphisms with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:855-66.
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  96. MONAHAN K, Song Y, Loparo K, Mehra R, et al
    Automated detection of atrial fibrillation from the electrocardiogram channel of polysomnograms.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:515-22.
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  97. VINHA PP, Eckeli AL, Faria AC, Xavier SP, et al
    Effects of surgically assisted rapid maxillary expansion on obstructive sleep apnea and daytime sleepiness.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:501-8.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  98. KARAMANLI H, Yalcinoz T, Yalcinoz MA, Yalcinoz T, et al
    A prediction model based on artificial neural networks for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:509-14.
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  99. RAVESLOOT MJ, Frank MH, van Maanen JP, Verhagen EA, et al
    Positional OSA part 2: retrospective cohort analysis with a new classification system (APOC).
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:881-8.
    PubMed     Text format     Abstract available


  100. BINGOL Z, Pihtili A, Kiyan E
    Modified STOP-BANG questionnaire to predict obesity hypoventilation syndrome in obese subjects with obstructive sleep apnea.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:495-500.
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  101. SUN W, Yuan J, Yu Y, Wang Z, et al
    Poor sleep quality associated with obesity in men.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:873-80.
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  102. STEIN JH, Stern R, Barnet JH, Korcarz CE, et al
    Relationships between sleep apnea, cardiovascular disease risk factors, and aortic pulse wave velocity over 18 years: the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:813-7.
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    March 2016
  103. WU H, Wei Y
    Efficacy of expiratory positive airway pressure nasal device.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:261-2.
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  104. TURNBULL CD, Kohler M, Stradling JR
    Efficacy of EPAP.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:259-60.
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  105. WESTHOFF M, Litterst P
    Response to: Obstructive sleep apnoea and non-restorative sleep induced by the interface.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:257-8.
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  106. BEYOGLU CA, Esquinas AM
    Obstructive sleep apnoea and non-restorative sleep induced by the interface.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:255-6.
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  107. NILIUS G
    Response to "Effect of APAP and heated humidification with a heated breathing tube on adherence, quality of life, and nasopharyngeal complaints".
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:253.
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  108. UGURLU AO, Esquinas AM
    Effect of APAP and heated humidification with a heated breathing tube on adherence, quality of life, and nasopharyngeal complaints.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:251-2.
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  109. WU WT, Liou SH
    Reply to "Serum high-sensitivity C-reactive protein in patients with obstructive sleep apnea with special reference to metabolic syndrome" by Kawada (Letter to the Editor).
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:385.
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  110. BRAGHIROLI A, Insalaco G, Esquinas AM
    Auto-CPAP: saving money as a single tool for OSA.
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:249-50.
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  111. NIGRO CA, Aragone MR
    Response to Braghiroli et al., regarding our study "Accuracy of a novel auto-CPAP device to evaluate the residual apnea-hypopnea index in patients with obstructive sleep apnea".
    Sleep Breath. 2016;20:247-8.
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