Check out our new Ask the Expert article, in which we talk to Colin Sullivan, M.B.B.S., Ph.D, FRACP – the inventor of continuous positive airway pressure. CPAP is the leading therapy for sleep apnea. Patients wear a face or nasal mask during sleep. The mask, connected to a pump, provides a positive flow of air into the nasal passages in order to keep the airway open. Most insurance companies now pay for sleep testing and for CPAP treatment.
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