Acute kidney injury after elective coronary artery bypass grafting surgery in patients with and without sleep-disordered breathing

S. Bauer (Regensburg, Germany), M. Tafelmeier (Regensburg, Germany), B. Floerchinger (Regensburg, Germany), D. Camboni (Regensburg, Germany), M. Creutzenberg (Regensburg, Germany), S. Wittmann (Regensburg, Germany), C. Schmid (Regensburg, Germany), L. Maier (Regensburg, Germany), S. Wagner (Regensburg, Germany), M. Arzt (Regensburg, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Consequences of sleep-disordered breathing from molecular and clinical points of view
Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

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S. Bauer (Regensburg, Germany), M. Tafelmeier (Regensburg, Germany), B. Floerchinger (Regensburg, Germany), D. Camboni (Regensburg, Germany), M. Creutzenberg (Regensburg, Germany), S. Wittmann (Regensburg, Germany), C. Schmid (Regensburg, Germany), L. Maier (Regensburg, Germany), S. Wagner (Regensburg, Germany), M. Arzt (Regensburg, Germany). Acute kidney injury after elective coronary artery bypass grafting surgery in patients with and without sleep-disordered breathing. 894

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