Multimodel phenotyping to predict oral appliance treatment outcome in obstructive sleep apnoea [ 2012 - 2015 ]

Also known as: Prediction of oral appliance treatment outcome in OSA

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Researchers: Prof Peter Cistulli (Principal investigator) ,  Dr Andrew Chan Prof Mehmet Ali Darendeliler Dr Kate Sutherland

Brief description Obstructive sleep apnoea is a common sleep-related breathing disorder. Oral appliances worn during sleep to gently hold the lower jaw in a forward position are a novel treatment modality often appealing to patients. Currently use is limited as there is no means to determine if patients will be treated successfully. There is a need for simple, clinical methods to predict which patients are best suited to this new treatment approach and this project will address this by developing such a method.

Funding Amount $AUD 525,777.65

Funding Scheme Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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