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SoClean surveys users

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07/27/2017

OXFORD, Mass. – CPAP sanitizing device company SoClean recently polled more than 300 customers about their experience with sleep apnea and CPAP.

Video makes patients more likely to stick with CPAP

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07/21/2017

DENVER – Sleep apnea patients were more likely to use their CPAP machines after watching video of themselves struggling to breathe, according to a new study led by Mark Aloia, Ph.D., a sleep expert at National Jewish Health in Denver.

SleepQuest buys Grove Medical

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07/11/2017

SAN CARLOS, Calif. – SleepQuest, a national provider of care management services for obstructive sleep apnea, has acquired Grove Medical Equipment in Anaheim, Calif. SleepQuest closed on the transaction on June 30 and began serving Grove Medical’s customers on July 1.

Keep it clean

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06/26/2017

For the millions of people living with sleep apnea, CPAP machines can be life-changing, but regular upkeep is required to maintain their peak performance.

Persante spreads its expertise

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05/26/2017

MOUNT LAUREL, N.J. – Persante Health Care has joined the American Public Transportation Association to expand its sleep testing and therapy services into the transportation industry, one of a number of moves aimed at growing the provider’s presence in this growing market.

Short takes: sleep apnea

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05/16/2017

The U.S. Supreme Court’s refusal to hear a case from a truck driver who claimed his employer violated his rights by requiring him to get tested for sleep apnea opens the door for trucking companies to more widely require the tests, according to Trucks.com.

MTA pushes sleep screening

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01/25/2017

NEW YORK – The Mass Transit Authority has said it will seek to expand sleep apnea screening to Long Island Rail Road engineers and conductors; New York City Transit subway train operators, conductors and bus operators; and MTA bus operators, according to

In brief: CQRC urges passage of bid-delay, Vertess closes three deals

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11/18/2016

WASHINGTON – The Council for Quality Respiratory Care this week urged lawmakers to pass legislation that would delay steep cuts to reimbursement for home oxygen.

Sleep apnea impairs blood pressure regulation

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11/18/2016

KELOWNA, British Columbia – Sleep apnea has an immediate negative impact on blood pressure, according to a new study.

Hoboken train crash caused by driver’s undiagnosed sleep apnea

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11/17/2016

HOBOKEN, N.J. – The engineer of the NJ Transit train that killed one woman and injured more than 100 others when it slammed into Hoboken Station has severe sleep apnea, according to his lawyer.

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