Sleep apnea severity coincides with HbA1C levels

04/3/2014 | Business Standard (India)

Sleep apnea was associated with significant increases in HbA1C levels, with the effects varying depending on the severity of the sleep disorder, a study in the European Respiratory Journal revealed. The findings underscore the need for diabetes risk awareness among clinicians who treat sleep apnea, researchers said.

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