Why UARS is Harder to To Treat Than Sleep Apnea

Almost routinely, I see patients who repeatedly stop breathing at night but don’t have any significant apneas on sleep studies. Jennifer was told by her husband that she choked multiple times at night with frequent arousals. But her apnea hypopnea index (AHI) on her in-lab sleep study was 1.0, well below the 5.0 threshold needed for […]

Dog Sniffing, Sleep Apnea, & Facial Profiling

Someone just emailed me a link to an article showing that dogs can be trained to detect colon cancer in breath and stool samples, even in its’ early stages. He asked if this could be applied to sleep apnea. I though long and hard about this. There are so many metabolites in urine, stools, sweat, […]