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Obesity and Obesity Hypoventilation, Sleep Hypoventilation, and Postoperative Respiratory Failure.Academic Article Why?
Association between obesity and mortality after acute first-ever stroke: the obesity-stroke paradox.Academic Article Why?
Obesity and primary graft dysfunction after lung transplantation: the Lung Transplant Outcomes Group Obesity Study.Academic Article Why?
Obesity and symptoms of depression contribute independently to the poor asthma control of obesity.Academic Article Why?
Obesity hypoventilation syndrome.Academic Article Why?
Obesity, asthma, and sleep-disordered breathing.Academic Article Why?
Obesity Hypoventilation Syndrome: Will Early Detection and Effective Therapy Improve Long-Term Outcomes?Academic Article Why?
Obesity in pregnancy.Academic Article Why?
Perioperative Pharmacologic Considerations in Obesity.Academic Article Why?
Obesity as a risk factor for failed trial of labor in patients with previous cesarean delivery.Academic Article Why?
Morbid Obesity Does not Increase Morbidity or Mortality in Robotic Cardiac Surgery.Academic Article Why?
Chronic sleep fragmentation promotes obesity in young adult mice.Academic Article Why?
Dexamethasone reduces energy expenditure and increases susceptibility to diet-induced obesity in mice.Academic Article Why?
Diet and exercise in obstructive sleep apnea patients with obesity: I'll breathe to that!Academic Article Why?
Effects of an abbreviated obesity intervention supported by mobile technology: The ENGAGED randomized clinical trial.Academic Article Why?
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