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Table 4 Reported obstructive sleep apnea after mandibular setback surgery

From: Why most patients do not exhibit obstructive sleep apnea after mandibular setback surgery?

 Amount of mandibular setback (mm)AgeSexBMI before surgery (kg/m2)AHI (before surgery)AHI (after surgery)OSA category after surgery
Hasebe (2011) [3] (n = 2/22)a13.7 (at Pog)22M20.6 healthy4.412.1Mild sleep apnea
 12.6 (at Pog)18F21.3 healthy2.15.4Mild sleep apnea
Uesugi (2014) [26] (n = 1/40)a10.1 (at Pog)54M34.4 obesity14.919Severe sleep apnea
Yang HJ (2020) [4] (n = 4/12)a12.88 (at B)23F24.2 healthy28.2Mild sleep apnea
 9.61 (at B)22M25.2 overweight1.36.3Mild sleep apnea
 14.26 (at B)22M18.9 healthy0.27Mild sleep apnea
 11.56 (at B)22M21.5 healthy2.95.2Mild sleep apnea
Total12.1 ± 1.826.1 ± 12.4M = 5; F = 223.7 ± 5.24.0 ± 5.09.0 ± 5.0 
  1. aIncidence of OSA after surgery. BMI category: obesity, ≥ 30; overweight, 25–29.9; healthy weight, 18.5–24.9; underweight, < 18.5 [31]. OSA category: normal, AHI < 5; mild sleep apnea, 5 ≤ AHI < 15; moderate sleep apnea, 15 ≤ AHI < 30; severe sleep apnea, AHI ≥ 30 [30]