When to suspect OSA in your patients?

Core symptoms of OSA include excessive daytime sleepiness, nocturia, morning headaches, difficulty concentrating; all quite non-specific.

OSA is closely associated with serious health problems, including hypertension, diabetes, stroke and heart disease, so it is a significant health burden to the patient.

What happens during sleep?

Making a referral to a sleep service

Mark as Understood

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