Funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is the most frequently encountered sleep disordered breathing disorder, associated with various health complications such as a high risk of heart disease, hypertension and daytime sleepiness. Despite its negative impact and various comorbidities, OSA remains poorly diagnosed and ineffectively treated. The EU-funded SLEEP REVOLUTION project is introducing an approach based on machine learning to assess OSA severity and treatment needs. Through a set of wearables and a digital management platform, the project aims to bring together researchers, patients and healthcare professionals to provide a state of the art method of accurate OSA diagnosis and optimal treatment.
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Sleep Revolution within the European Sleep Research Society The ESRS is responsible for Work Package 12: Standardisation and Dissemination. This involves facilitating the co-ordination and dissemination
We are looking for participants age 18-50 years old, who snore or have mild sleep apnea, with a BMI between 25-50 (overweight) and do not regularly exercise…
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