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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We are looking for participants age 18-40 years old, who snore or have mild sleep apnea, with a BMI between 25-40 (overweight) and do not regularly exercise…
Importance of Getting Enough Sleep and Daily Activity Data to Assess Variability Researchers from Reykjavik University and the Technical University of Denmark recently published new
Scientists at Reykjavik University (RU) to lead a research project receiving a 15-million Euro Horizon 2020 grant Erna Sif Arnardóttir, lector at Reykjavik University October