hrp0097t17 | Section | ESPE2023
, Schulte Sandra
, Laemmer Constanze
, Gohlke Bettina
Background: Patients with Prader-Willi-Syndrome (PWS) seem to be a risk-group for COVID-19 infection, due to their syndrome associated clinical features of hyperphagia and obesity, risk for central hypoventilation and obstructive sleep apnoea. Yet, little is known about the severity of infections and the long-term consequences in these patients. Therefore, we studied auxologic parameters and sleep laboratory examinations in PWS patients before and after COVID-...