Videoendoscopia do sono: Caracterização e comparação com manobra de Müller

Autores

  • Catarina Lombo Serviço de ORL do Hospital Senhora da Oliveira, Portugal
  • Ricardo Costa Serviço de ORL do Hospital Senhora da Oliveira, Portugal
  • Margarida Martins Serviço de ORL do Hospital Senhora da Oliveira, Portugal
  • Carlos Matos Serviço de ORL do Hospital Senhora da Oliveira, Portugal
  • Rui Fonseca Serviço de ORL do Hospital Senhora da Oliveira, Portugal

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.34631/sporl.955

Palavras-chave:

DISE, Manobra de Muller, SAOS

Resumo

Objetivos:  Caracterização da população com Síndrome de Apneia Obstrutiva do Sono submetida a videoendoscopia do sono (DISE) e comparação com a manobra de Müller.

Desenho do estudo: Retrospetivo.

Material e Métodos: Revisão dos processos clínicos dos doentes submetidos a DISE de 2014 até 2019, com recolha de dados demográficos, antropométricos e do exame físico.

Resultados:  28 doentes realizaram DISE no período estudado. O local mais frequente de colapso da via aérea foi a nível da velofaringe (92%), sendo multinível em 64% dos casos. A manobra de Müller e a DISE foram razoavelmente concordantes quanto à presença de colapso a nível da velofaringe.

Conclusões: A DISE permite identificar os locais de colapso da via aérea e destacar alterações que possam não ser evidentes no exame objetivo, nomeadamente aquando da realização da manobra de Müller, sendo aconselhável a sua realização quando se consideram alternativas ao CPAP.

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2021-12-17

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Lombo, C., Costa, R., Martins, M., Matos, C., & Fonseca, R. (2021). Videoendoscopia do sono: Caracterização e comparação com manobra de Müller. Revista Portuguesa De Otorrinolaringologia E Cirurgia De Cabeça E Pescoço, 59(4), 347-352. https://doi.org/10.34631/sporl.955

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