Sleep and breathing disorders
ME6 Meet the expert
Control of breathing - hypoventilation during sleep, exercise and dyspnoea FULLY BOOKED
Ondine’s curse syndrome
Registration for this session is additional to the congress registration fee and is €122 on site.
Aims : Access educational materials here
to shed light on the poorly understood relationship between sleep-related life-threatening hypoventilation and its potential clinical consequences (e.g., dyspnoea); and to discuss pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches that can modify this relationship both from a physiological point of view (the ventilatory response to hypercapnia and hypoxia) and a clinical point of view (improvement of dyspnoea and quality of life).
Target audience :
Clinical researcher, Lung function technologist, Physiologist, Scientist (basic, translational), Student, Trainee, Adult pulmonologist/Clinician
Physiology, Pulmonary function testing
Control of breathing - hypoventilation during sleep, exercise and dyspnoea
C. Straus(Paris, France)
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