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    Mild Sleep Apnea: Top KOLs in the world

    Guilleminault Guilleminault #1
    Guilleminault Guilleminault
    Stanford University Sleep Medicine Division, Stanford, CA 94
    Known for Disordered Breathing | Blood Pressure | Nasal Cpap | Upper Airway | Sleep Apnea
    Terry B Young #2
    Terry B Young
    Department of Population Health Sciences, University of Wisc
    Known for Blood Pressure | Cardiovascular Disease | Metabolic Syndrome | Sleep Apnea | Disordered Breathing

    Mari Palta #3
    Mari Palta
    Department of Population Health Sciences, School of Medicine
    Known for Type 1 Diabetes | Sleep Apnea | United States | Diabetic Retinopathy | Saudi Arabia
    James B Skatrud #4
    James B Skatrud
    Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, Madison, WI | Departme
    Known for Nrem Sleep | Mechanical Ventilation | Periodic Breathing | Heart Failure | Respiratory Motor Output
    Jerome A Dempsey #5
    Jerome A Dempsey
    John Rankin Laboratory for Pulmonary Medicine, School of Med
    Known for Sleep Apnea | Carotid Body | Ventilatory Response | Periodic Breathing | Respiratory Muscle
    Naresh M Punjabi #6
    Naresh M Punjabi
    Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, USA; Universit
    Known for Intermittent Hypoxia | Insulin Resistance | Type 2 Diabetes | Heart Failure | Sleep Apnea
    Murray W Johns #7
    Murray W Johns
    Epworth Sleep Centre, Level 3, 126 Wellington Parade, East M
    Known for Sleep Disorders | Rasch Analysis | Children Adolescents
    Susan S Redline #8
    Susan S Redline
    Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders, Departments of Me
    Known for African Americans | Cardiovascular Disease | Disordered Breathing | Older Women | Sleep Apnea
    Safwan Badr #9
    Safwan Badr
    From the Departments of Preventive Medicine (T.Y., M.P., J.D
    Known for Gender Bias | Pulmonary Resistance | Co2 Retention | Healthy Humans | Sleep Apnea
    Steven Weber #10
    Steven Weber
    Department of Medicine, University of Wisconsin—Madison | Fr
    Known for Apnea Hypopnea | Automated Detection | Women Higher Prevalence | Algorithm Efficient Algorithm | Sleepdisordered Breathing

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