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Curtin researchers in sleep apnoea awakening

Curtin University researchers have used computer simulation to analyse the breathing airflow in the throat, potentially allowing the detection of obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) even while the patients are awake and without the need for costly and time-consuming sleep studies. In Australia, OSA is estimated to affect 24 per cent of men and 6 per Read More