A novel, simplified approach to starting nasal CPAP therapy in OSA.
BACKGROUND: Due to ever increasing referral rates, we have had to move the nasal CPAP induction program for patients with obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) out of the sleep laboratories and into an outpatient setting. We report the effects this has had on patient outcomes. METHODS: The last 75 patients with OSA who had an overnight CPAP titration in the sleep laboratory (group 1) were compared with the first 75 coming to an afternoon clinic and set up on CPAP in groups, and who had their CPAP pr...Expand abstract
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