North of England Otolaryngology Society Meeting March 2011 Abstracts of Oral Presentations

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Pulse oximetry is used to screen, aid diagnosis and measure severity of Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA). Traditionally, pulse oximetry required an overnight stay at our centre. In-patient tests are potentially non-representative of a typical night’s sleep due to unfamiliar surroundings and noisy environment. The purpose of this audit was to compare inpatient and home pulse oximetry.

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