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Speaker of the month

Wojciech Kukwa, Poland

From the March Interview ...

How do you see ideal collaboration between doctors of surgical and non-surgical specialties?

By understanding that non-surgical treatment is the first-line treatment in more severe cases of OSA. And that at the same time one treatment does not fit all. Ideally, each patient should be consulted by both, ENT, and pulmonologist.

Ana Đanić Hadžibegović, Croatia

From the February Interview ...

How is this work in conjunction with your specialty training?

ENTs and head and neck surgeons are dealing with OSA patients in their every day practice, and standard ENT training includes basics of OSA diagnostics and treatment. But to achieve adequate knowledge and skills in this field most of surgeons need extra training that include multidisciplinary approach, visits to leading centers and practical courses.

Leja Dolenc Grošelj, Slovenia

From the January Interview ...

How do you see OSA diagnostic and treatment in the future?

New technologies (as hypoglossal nerve stimulation), more Apss to control the patients ...

Bhik Kotecha, Great Britain

From the December Interview ...

How do you see OSA diagnostic and treatment in the future?

Progressing rapidly with enhanced technology - Phone Apps will become popular and Robotics and Nerve implants will become commonplace ...

Nico de Vries, The Netherlands

From the November Interview ...

How did you get involved in OSA field? 

This was not planned at all. If someone would have told me 25 year ago where I will be today, I would not believe it ...