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Broda funds seating research

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01/10/2020

KITCHENER, Ontario – Broda has committed to contributing CA$15,000 to fully fund the Canadian Occupational Therapy Foundation Research Grant in 2020.

ASV trumps PAP for chronic insomnia, study finds

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12/19/2019

YARMOUTH, Maine – Adaptive servo-ventilation proved superior to CPAP therapy in chronic insomnia patients with previously undiagnosed co-morbid OSA, according the first efficacy trial to compare the two modes.

Funding expands ‘peer buddy’ program for sleep apnea patients

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09/03/2019

TUCSON, Ariz. – Sairam Parthasarathy, MD, a past keynote speaker at the HME News Business Summit, has been awarded nearly $1.4 million for a peer-support program for sleep apnea patients.

Philips sleep headband takes flight

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06/18/2019

AMSTERDAM, the Netherlands – The SmartSleep Deep Sleep Headband from Royal Philips will be used in research funded by the Translational Research Institute for Space Health (TRISH), a virtual institute empowered by the NASA Human Research Program, for two studies evaluatin

Ascensia touts interconnected approach to diabetes care

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06/11/2019

SAN FRANCISCO – People with Type 2 diabetes who participated in a pilot study using Ascensia Diabetes Care’s investigational Interconnected Diabetes Management Solution significantly lowered HbA1c, the company reported at the American Diabetes Association’s 79th Scientifi

ResMed cites higher rates of sleep apnea

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06/11/2019

SAN ANTONIO – Roughly 170 million people across North and South America have sleep apnea, according to a study ResMed presented at SLEEP 2019.

COPD researcher receives grant

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05/28/2019

NEW YORK – Spyridon Fortis, MD, of the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa has received the ATS Foundation/Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Research Award in Respiratory Support with Nasal High Flow Patients with CODP. The $100,000 award will help fund Dr.

CPAP therapy: Don’t forget about younger patients, women and mildly diagnosed, study finds

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05/21/2019

DALLAS – Men with sleep apnea are 8.5% more likely to stay adherent on CPAP therapy than women, according to a study presented by ResMed at the American Thoracic Society’s ATS 2019 International Conference here.

Diabetes research: One Drop, Abbott

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02/22/2019

One Drop has announced the results of a study demonstrating a -0.93 absolute A1c improvement among people with Type 2 diabetes who use its digital therapeutic solution and Afrezza, an inhaled insulin.

KCI: Data supports remote therapy monitoring

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05/01/2018

SAN ANTONIO – KCI shared data at the recent 2018 Symposium of Advanced Wound Care Spring Conference that demonstrates increased patient therapy usage immediately after patient contact using its iOn Progress Remote Therapy Monitoring.

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