Central Sleep Apnea - Who is at Risk?


Central Sleep Apnea is approached differently than Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
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Who is at risk?

CSA is common among patients with certain medical conditions:


  1. Brain infection
  2. Stroke (18% of Stroke Patients)
  3. Brain injury
  4. Developmental disorders
  1. Spinal Cord Injury
  2. Malformation - Arnold Chiari Malformation
  3. Spina Bifida


Symptoms of Central Sleep Apnea Include

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