Study challenges link between sleep apnea, GER

04/7/2010 | Doctor's Guide

Wisconsin researchers found that esophageal pressures increased during obstructive sleep apnea, challenging the causal relationship between OSA and gastroesophageal reflux, which is believed to be induced by decreasing intraesophageal pressure during OSA.

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