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more acronyyms and terms
#1
found the wiki acronym list
big help

but some items missing

FOT  - forced oscillation technique  - used to determine if airway open when NOA occurs

NOA - non obstructive apnea  -  are there others than central ?

NPSG  -  ????

PB  -  Periodic breathing

STS  -  Sleep transition state 

VS - vibratory snore 

probably a few more I have seen but dont recall right now

suggest update to the wiki list
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Thank you for your input. We will take it under consideration. Although these are rarely used as acronyms/abbreviations.
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(05-04-2017, 04:26 PM)PaulaO2 Wrote: Thank you for your input. We will take it under consideration. Although these are rarely used as acronyms/abbreviations.

well i have run across them 
some of them frequently

what harm does it do to post them 
they can be ignored 
but if people have a question and check the wiki they wont get any help if they are not there
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