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Responding to the growing recognition of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) as a major medical condition and the emergence of exciting new therapies, this source analyzes the clinical features, characteristics, comorbidities, and impact of OSA on patient biological systems and quality-of-life. Edited by the Director of the Center for Human Sleep Research at Stanford, this source supplies an all-encompassing guide to the comorbid medical conditions and socioeconomic impact of OSA.
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Clete Anthony Kushida (born 1960) is a sleep medicine clinician and sleep scientist, a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Stanford University Medical Center, Medical Director of the Stanford Sleep Disorders Clinic, and Director of the Stanford University Center for Human Sleep Research.
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