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Neurobehavioral morbidity of pediatric mild SDB and OSA

Abnormal executives function, inattention, and hyperactivity were more common in symptomatic children recruited into a trial for mild SDB compared to children recruited into a trial for OSA.

So just because the PSG doesn't light up, we cannot assume these kids are less at risk for neurocognitive morbidity. Simple snoring could be more important than the number of apneas or hypopneas is assessing the risks for pediatric patients.

Neurobehavioral Morbidity of Pediatric Mild Sleep-Disordered Breathing and Obstructive Sleep Sleep 2022
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Childhood snoring cannot be ignored Sleep 2022
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