Upcoming Webinar

When to Prescribe Advanced PAP Therapies for Patients Struggling with CPAP

  • Date: Tuesday, May 29, 2018
  • Time: 12:15 PM Pacific Daylight Time
  • Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

When obstructive sleep apnea patients fail or can't adhere to the continuous form of positive airway pressure therapy (commonly known as CPAP), there are other options that clinicians should explore to get patients to adherence. In some cases, these other options include advanced positive airway pressure modes such as bilevel devices and adaptive servo-ventilation (ASV), which take into account such parameters as expiratory pressure intolerance. Learn what the literature says about these "rescue" devices as well as real-world approaches to switching patients to advanced therapies when indicated.

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Treatment Pathways

You're here because you or someone you know is having trouble sleeping. So what do you do next?

The following pathways provide you with personalized directions to learning about and fixing your sleep problems. These custom pathways address different learning styles, degrees of motivation, and levels of urgency.


Cut to the Chase

The Cut to the Chase pathway offers immediate treatment steps. Whether you've figured out the nature of your sleep problems or whether you are just eager to understand what your treatment options might be, you're ready and motivated to move forward.

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Not So Fast

In the Not So Fast group, you know something isn't quite right with your sleep, but you have been putting off evaluation or treatment, or perhaps you need more convincing that identifying and treating your sleep difficulties would be valuable to you.

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Been There Done That

The Been There, Done That group has already been once around the block, maybe twice. You've seen doctors of various types, maybe even sleep doctors, but your results are less than satisfactory. The question you might be asking is, "Is it worth taking a second (or third...) look at what's going on?" We think so and encourage you to explore this section now.

Click Here to choose one of two "Already Been There" pathways.