Publication Type Article
    Title Independent association between obstructive sleep apnea severity and glycated hemoglobin in adults without diabetes
    Authors Priou P. | Le Vaillant M. | Meslier N. | Chollet S. | Mosson P. | Humeau M P. | Pigeanne T. | Bizieux-Thaminy A. | Goupil F. | Gagnadoux F. | IRSR sleep cohort group
    Abstract OBJECTIVE: We tested the hypothesis of an independent cross-sectional association between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) severity and glycated hemoglobin (HbA(1c)) in adults without known diabetes. CONCLUSIONS: Among adults without known diabetes, increasing OSA severity is independently associated with impaired glucose metabolism, as assessed by higher HbA(1c) values, which may expose them to higher risks of diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
    Pages 1902-1906
    Volume 35
    Number 9
    Year 2012

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