2015, Cilt 25, Sayı 2-3, Sayfa(lar) 017-020
Sleep Related Breathing Disorders: 3 Years Experiences
Gülgün Çetintaş Afşar, Sema Saraç, Özlem Malas Oruç, Özgür Topçuoğlu Bilgin, Gökhan Kırbaş, Ali Metin Görgüner
S.B. Süreyyapaşa Göğüs Hastalıkları Ve Göğüs Cerrahisi E.A Hastanesi , Göğüs Hastalıkları, İstanbul, Türkiye

Keywords: Obstrüktif uyku apne sendromu, polisomnografik tanılar, ek hastalık, Obstructive sleep apnea, polysomnographic diagnoses, additional disease


Introduction: Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome (OSAS) is characterized as narrowing in the upper bronchial tube repetitively or partially during sleep and reduction in the saturation of oxygen in the blood. OSAS is an important and common disease. In this study we aimed to analyse the patients who were admitted to the sleep laboratory for polysomnography last three years and present with the literature.

Material and methods: Our study has been conducted on 970 cases who were applied to polisomnography Sureyyapasa Chest and Chest Surgery Training and Research Hospital, between March 2011 - March 2014. Their datas were analyzed retrospectively.

Results: Our study has been conducted on 970 cases 29.8 % of which are female and 70.2 % male who were applied to the polisomnography. The ages of the cases averaged out to 49,75±10,86, BMI to 32,50±6,35. 75.77 % of patients had three major symptoms of snoring, witnessed apnea and daytime sleepiness. 52.47% patients had higher ESS. Most of the patient had additional disease which the most common HT and DM. 10% patients had no OSAS. According to AHI; 6.18% of the cases had mild OSAS, 12.06% had moderate, 39.38% had severe OSAS. 25.46% patient had positional, 2.57% had REM dependent and 4.32% patient had Sleep-related hypoventilation/hypoxemic syndromes. 872 patients that diagnosed with OSA were applied PSG for manuel titration.

Conclusions: As a result, it is seen that OSAS is an important health problem in every stages; diagnose, treatment and follow up


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