What is new for sleep apnoea? The European perspective: findings from the European Sleep Apnoea Database (ESADA)
Aims : To provide new insights from the results of the ongoing Clinical Research Collaboration from the European Sleep Apnoea Database big data analysis and its importance to challenging traditional obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) stereotypes with the aims of preventing disease and achieving early disease identification; to emphasise the need to use new technologies for diagnosis and early identification of residual daytime sleepiness and treatment follow-up, especially in terms of driving safety and difficult situations such as endemics and pandemics; to identify future research directions and their clinical implications; to emphasise the importance of European networking in general and for early career members.
Target audience :
Adult pulmonologist/Clinician, Clinical researcher, General practitioner, Medical Student, Medical Technical Assistant, Nurse, Respiratory critical care physician, Paediatrician, Pathologist, Patient, Physician in Pulmonary Training, Physiologist, Respiratory physiotherapist, Scientist (basic, translational), Respiratory therapist
Epidemiology, General respiratory patient care, Physiology