Ronquido y apnea del sueño en niños

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Andrés Gómez

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El trastorno respiratorio del sueño en niños (SDB) es una enfermedad frecuente. El extremo más grave de la apnea obstructiva del sueño (OSA) se ha asociado con trastornos neuroconductuales, cardiovasculares, endocrinos y alteraciones metabólicas. Recientemente se ha visto que el ronquido primario se asocia con alguna de las alteraciones descritas. Si no se atiende de forma eficaz el trastorno respiratorio del sueño, puede resultar una significativa morbilidad.

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Gómez A. Ronquido y apnea del sueño en niños. Acta otorrinolaringol cir cabeza cuello [Internet]. 31 de agosto de 2018 [citado 5 de octubre de 2022];40(1):47-53. Disponible en: https://revista.acorl.org.co/index.php/acorl/article/view/199
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Andrés Gómez, Clinica del Country. Bogotá, Colombia

Otorrinolaringólogo Pediátrico. Adscrito Clinica del Country. Bogotá, Colombia

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