Getting comfortable breathing with CPAP therapy air pressure
Patients don’t always find the sensation of pressured air comfortable. CPAP user Matt has some tips that could help your patients adjust.
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- Wimms, A.J., et al., Continuous positive airway pressure versus standard care for the treatment of people with mild obstructive sleep apnoea (MERGE): a multicentre, randomised controlled trial. Lancet Respir Med, 2020. 8(4): p. 349-358.