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By: Kevin Asp on September 30th, 2015

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(E-Book Download) Compliance with PAP Therapy

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Download our E-Book on compliance with PAP Therapy

Positive airway pressure (PAP) compliance is a hot topic among sleep technologists who work extensively with sleep apnea patients.

Despite the widespread usage of CPAP therapy as a treatment option, about 46 to 83 percent of patients with obstructive sleep apnea are reported to be nonadherent (do not meet the 4 hours or more nightly usage requirement) to treatment. We wrote about some of the side effects of using CPAP therapy as a treatment option, which include the feeling of claustrophobia and lack of proper initiation to CPAP equipment among others.

We've written about everything a sleep technologist should know about increasing PAP adherence as well, but why not learn about how compliance works when it comes to PAP therapy?

Download our e-book on compliance issues related to PAP therapy

Click the image below to download our e-book on increasing the PAP therapy compliance rate in your sleep center.


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