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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1 Flowchart showing the hypothesis and unanswered questions: The symptoms of ADHD are related to the presence of OSA; however, it is not clear if this relationship is uni-or bidirectional or causal. For the treatment of OSA, OATs have been used as devices for RME and MADs that effectively reduce symptoms, so we hypothesized that the effective treatment of OSA also reduces the associated symptoms of ADHD. To verify this, questions such as the influence of device design, the need for prediction of treatment outcomes, treatment stability, relapse, and long-term side effects must be considered

Figure 1 <b>Flowchart showing the hypothesis and unanswered questions</b>: The symptoms of ADHD are related to the presence of OSA; however, it is not clear if this relationship is uni-or bidirectional or causal. For the treatment of OSA, OATs have been used as devices for RME and MADs that effectively reduce symptoms, so we hypothesized that the effective treatment of OSA also reduces the associated symptoms of ADHD. To verify this, questions such as the influence of device design, the need for prediction of treatment outcomes, treatment stability, relapse, and long-term side effects must be considered