The effectiveness of oral appliances in elderly patients with obstructive sleep apnoea treated with lorazepam - a pilot study
Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, 06/06/2012
Tihacek–Sojic L et al. – The study has shown that mandibular advance oral appliances were responsible for complete control of the Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) in over 37% of cases (15 patients). Patients have also reported substantial improvement in the symptoms; 80% of them reported that they had snored less, slept better (94%) and have not experienced daytime sleepiness (100%).