Możliwość leczenia obturacyjnego bezdechu sennego i chrapania za pomocą aparatu stomatologicznego – opis przypadku

Możliwość leczenia obturacyjnego bezdechu sennego i chrapania za pomocą aparatu stomatologicznego – opis przypadku
Dariusz Paliga, Renata Paliga, Joanna Wysokińska-Miszczuk
ARTYKUŁ UKAZAŁ SIĘ W MS 1/2019 (zobacz, co w numerze)




Streszczenie
W artykule opisano diagnostykę i leczenie obturacyjnego bezdechu sennego (OBS), z uwzględnieniem roli, jaką personel medyczny gabinetu stomatologicznego odgrywa w tym zakresie. Autorzy skupili się szczególnie na jednej z metod leczenia chrapania i bezdechu, możliwej do zastosowania przez lekarza dentystę – jest nią wykonanie aparatu stomatologicznego. W pracy opisano przypadek pacjenta, u którego zastosowano aparat TAP-T.

Abstract
The article describes the diagnostics and treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), taking into account the significance of the dental office staff in this area. The authors are focused particularly on one of the methods of treating the snoring and apnea, which can be used by a dentist - the implementation of an oral appliance. The article describes the case of a patient with TAP-T appliance.


Hasła indeksowe: aparat TAP-T, MAD, obturacyjny bezdech senny, poligrafia, leczenie chrapania, leczenie bezdechu, Nox T3, aparat stomatologiczny przeciw chrapaniu, aparat stomatologiczny przeciwko bezdechowi

Key words. TAP-T appliance, MAD, obstructive sleep apnea, polygraphy, snoring treatment, obstructive sleep apnea treatment, Nox T3, snoring dental appliance, obstructive sleep apnea dental appliance

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