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Relationship between the reduction of hemoglobin and hematocrit, and nocturnal urine volume in obstructive sleep apnea patients after short-term nasal continuous positive airway pressure therapy



Relationship between the reduction of hemoglobin and hematocrit, and nocturnal urine volume in obstructive sleep apnea patients after short-term nasal continuous positive airway pressure therapy



Togawa, K, Katayama, S, Hishikawa, Y, Ohto, Y, Horie, T Sleep apnea and rhonchopathy: 49-55




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