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dc.creatorPang, K.P. (Kenny P.)-
dc.creatorMontevecchi, F. (Filippo)-
dc.creatorVicini, C. (Claudio)-
dc.creatorCarrasco-Llatas, M. (Marina)-
dc.creatorBaptista, P.M. (Peter M.)-
dc.creatorOlszewska, E. (Ewa)-
dc.creatorBraverman, I. (Itzhak)-
dc.creatorKishore, S. (Srivinas)-
dc.creatorChandra, S. (Sudipta)-
dc.creatorChae-Yang, H. (Hyung)-
dc.creatorHuak-Chan, Y. (Yiong)-
dc.creatorPang, S.P. (Scott P.)-
dc.creatorPang, K.A. (Kathleen A.)-
dc.creatorPang, E.B. (Edward B.)-
dc.creatorRotenberg, B. (Brian)-
dc.identifier.citationPang, K.P. (Kenny P.); Montevecchi, F. (Filippo); Vicini, C. (Claudio); et al. "Does nasal surgery improve multilevel surgical outcome in obstructive sleep apnea:A multicenter study on 735 patients". Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology. 5 (6), 2020, 1233 - 1239es
dc.description.abstractObjective Does nasal surgery affect multilevel surgical success outcome. Methods Prospective eight country nonrandomized trial of 735 obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) patients, who had multilevel palate and/or tongue surgery, divided into two groups, with or without nose surgery. Results There were 575 patients in nose group, 160 patients in no nose group. The mean age for nose group 44.6 ± 11.4, no nose group 44.2 ± 11.8. Mean preoperative BMI for nose group 27.5 ± 3.6, no nose group 27.5 ± 4.1, mean postoperative BMI nose group 26.3 ± 3.7, no nose group 27.1 ± 3.8 (P = .006). Mean preoperative AHI nose group 32.7 ± 19.4, no nose group 34.3 ± 25.0 (P = .377); and mean postoperative AHI nose group 13.5 ± 10.2, no nose group 17.1 ± 16.0 (P = .001). Mean preoperative ESS nose group was 11.3 ± 4.7, no nose group was 10.4 ± 5.4 (P = .051); and mean postoperative ESS nose group was 5.3 ± 3.2, no nose group was 6.7 ± 2.8 (P = .001). The nose group had higher percentage change (adjusted for age, gender, BMI) in AHI (33.7%, 95% CI 14% to 53.5%) compared to the no nose group (P = .001); the nose group also had more percentage change in ESS (37%, 95% CI 23.6% to 50.3%) compared to the no nose group (P < .001). Change in BMI did not affect AHI nor ESS change (Cohen effect 0.03 and 0.14, respectively). AHI change in both groups were also statistically significant in the mild OSA (P = .008) and the severe OSA (P = .01). Success rate of surgery for the nose group 68.2%, while the no nose group 55.0% (P = .002). Conclusion Combining nose surgery in multilevel surgery improves surgical success. Level of evidence IIC.es_ES
dc.subjectMultilevel surgeryes_ES
dc.subjectObstructive sleep apneaes_ES
dc.subjectSuccess ratees_ES
dc.titleDoes nasal surgery improve multilevel surgical outcome in obstructive sleep apnea:A multicenter study on 735 patientses_ES
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dadun.citation.publicationNameLaryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngologyes_ES

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