Differences in anthropometric, sleep and respiratory characteristics between hypercapnic and normocapnic patients with overlap syndrome

A. Voulgaris (Alexandroupolis, Greece), K. Archontogeorgis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), E. Nena (Alexandroupolis, Greece), M. Xanthoudaki (Alexandroupolis, Greece), D. Kotakidou (Alexandroupolis, Greece), K. Nikolaou (Alexandroupolis, Greece), S. Anevlavis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), M. Froudarakis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), P. Steiropoulos (Alexandroupolis, Greece)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Impact of sleep-disordered breathing in other diseases
Session: Impact of sleep-disordered breathing in other diseases
Session type: Thematic Poster
Number: 865

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A. Voulgaris (Alexandroupolis, Greece), K. Archontogeorgis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), E. Nena (Alexandroupolis, Greece), M. Xanthoudaki (Alexandroupolis, Greece), D. Kotakidou (Alexandroupolis, Greece), K. Nikolaou (Alexandroupolis, Greece), S. Anevlavis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), M. Froudarakis (Alexandroupolis, Greece), P. Steiropoulos (Alexandroupolis, Greece). Differences in anthropometric, sleep and respiratory characteristics between hypercapnic and normocapnic patients with overlap syndrome. 865

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