Christian Guilleminault

Publication Details

  • Overview of phase I surgery for obstructive sleep apnea syndrome. Ear, nose, & throat journal Li, K. K., Powell, N. B., Riley, R. W., Troell, R., Guilleminault, C. 1999; 78 (11): 836-?

    Abstract:

    It is well established that obstructive sleep apnea syndrome is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Surgical therapy has been demonstrated to be a viable treatment option for cure. Thorough presurgical evaluation with the identification of the type of airway abnormality is mandatory to allow for the utilization of a surgical protocol that results in improved clinical outcomes. Phase I surgical protocol is designed to apply specific surgical procedures to alleviate the obstruction(s) present. Following a logical, stepwise surgical approach in airway reconstruction will minimize surgical interventions and avoid unnecessary operations. The incorporation of a risk-management protocol will minimize treatment complications while achieving cure.

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