Brief airway occlusion produces prolonged reflex inhibition of inspiratory muscles in obstructive sleep apnea.
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Mar 01, 2006
The latency of peak inhibition and duration of inhibition were positively correlated with the respiratory disturbance index for all muscle groups. These changes may reflect adaptation in central respiratory paths due to repetitive loading during sleep.
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