Sleep fragmentation mimicking sleep apnea does not alter cardiac function in either control or heart failure mice

I. Cabrera-Aguilera (Barcelona, Spain), B. Benito (Barcelona, Spain), M. Tajes (Barcelona, Spain), R. Farré (Barcelona, Spain), D. Gozal (Columbia, MO, United States of America), I. Almendros (Barcelona, Spain), N. Farré (Barcelona, Spain)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Pathophysiological aspects of obstructive sleep apnoea from sea level to high altitude

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