The Dra. Edurne Palaces, maxilofacial surgeon, is gotten up to the clinic of the Dr. Burgueo The Clinic Maxilofacial Burgueo, in its philosophy of continuous improvement with the eagerness to update themselves and to adapt to the needs of its patients, has incorporated a new unit in charge of treatment of the apnea of the dream. In charge of this new unit she is the maxilofacial surgeon, Dra. Edurne Palaces, with one expanded experience of more than 10 years in this ailment. The doctor Palaces Is licensed in Medicine by the University of Navarre. She has the specialty of Surgery Oral and Maxilofacial in the La Paz Hospital (Madrid) with hospital stays in the hospitals of Radcliffe (Oxford), Stanford and in the German Clinic (Santiago of Chile). Their specific formation in Ortogntica Surgery, Aesthetic Surgery and Apnea of Sueo conforms a professional profile that guarantees its prestige in the medical sector.
Many people suffer apnea of the dream without knowing it, and is that the affected ones cannot verify more common symptom, the snore; but there are other signs that can make suspect the presence the upheaval. An apnea is defined as the complete cease of the air flow towards the lungs during a minimum of 10 seconds. Several types of apnea exist: Obstructiva apnea: most frequent. In her, the interruption of the aerial flow must to an occlusion of the respiratory tract. The syndrome of obstructiva apnea of the dream (SAOS) is a very important upheaval and frequents in which the respiratory tract is obstructed repeatedly during the dream of the patient.
In order to determine the existence of this syndrome, they have to take place a minimum of thirty pauses of apnea during the night rest, associated frequently when waking up of the patient by the sensation of lack of air. This syndrome affects but of a 6% of the adult population in the developed countries, being more frequent in men of mature age with overweight, and in women who already have passed the menopause. Central apnea: the brain stops sending the signals appropriate to the muscles that control the breathing, reason why they stop working, interrupting it.