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By: Kevin Asp on February 3rd, 2016

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The Case of a Patient with Unsuccessful PAP Titration

Sleep Disorders | Sleep Medicine

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Get a behind-the-scenes look at what goes on when a patient has an unsuccessful PAP titration

Check out our Case of The Month! Dr. Rosenberg discusses the case of Mr. K., who ends up having an unsuccessful PAP titration. 

The online course module details the account of a patient who has persistent apnea during NREM sleep and when supine, but has his apnea resolve at a relatively low pressure when he is in stage R sleep. 

Learn more about what to do in similar cases and earn 1 CEC!

Did you know that AAST members can claim 1 CEC for free each month? Look out for our other online course module offerings!

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