CPAP In-Facility PSG

Two-night evaluation PSG and CPAP titration

CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) is a sleep apnea treatment that involves the delivery of air into airways through a specially designed nasal mask. On the first night of the two-night protocol, general monitoring, and diagnostic evaluation are conducted. If sleep apnea is discovered, the patient returns for a second night to determine the necessary CPAP pressure required to alleviate apnea. A CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine, is a mask that provides a steady stream of air blowing into the back of the throat to keep the airway open and is used to treat the sleep apnea. Most patients report that they experienced their best night’s sleep after that second night with the CPAP.


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