Sleep Like a Baby: The Latest Approaches to Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Children

Sleep apnea is the most common sleep disorder in childhood and even mild OSA can affect neurocognitive function, so prompt and fitting care is essential. To help providers find the right method for individual patients, pediatric pulmonologist Gwynne Church, MD, describes recently developed and emerging treatments, providing data on efficacy and explaining key considerations, which range from palate shape to the specific needs of kids with trisomy 21. Learn when watchful waiting is an appropriate choice and hear about a drug combination under investigation.

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Gwynne Church, MD

Gwynne Church, MD

Sleep disorders specialist
Pediatric pulmonologist

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