European Study Is Good News For Sleep Apnea Devices
Patients with obstructive sleep apnea treated with positive airway therapy experienced significantly better outcomes than those not receiving the treatment, according to a new European study. After a series of setbacks, the study is positive news for sleep apnea device makers.
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