Findings from a large neurological outpatient sample raise the prospect of studying sleep therapies for their effect on disease-specific outcomes in a range of neurological conditions.
An innovative group-therapy approach to promoting PAP treatment adherence is proving its worth as outcomes data mount.
Cleveland Clinic has started screening all patients with epilepsy for obstructive sleep apnea — and treating them with PAP if they test positive. Findings from this newly presented study explain why.
The directors of Cleveland Clinic’s Sleep Disorders Center and Sleep Research Center break down the new USPSTF report.
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The nation’s leading sleep medicine society has updated guidelines on testing for sleep apnea for the first time in 10 years. A co-author of the document outlines key changes in recommendations.
Patients with neuromuscular disease are at greater risk of sleep-disordered breathing and require evaluation and treatment in a multidisciplinary clinic.
Harneet Walia, MD, of Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Sleep Disorders, explains what tests to order and the best options for treating OSA in hypertensive patients.
Cleveland Clinic’s Sleep Disorders Center expanded its home sleep testing volume sixfold over two years. This post details that and some of the center’s other recent data nuggets of note.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an underdiagnosed condition, many, including physicians, are losing sleep over. Only 10 percent of people with OSA are diagnosed — an unsettling statistic, considering the adverse health effects.
Cleveland Clinic Head & Neck Institute one of a select few institutions offering hypoglossal nerve stimulation outpatient procedure for patients who do not tolerate CPAP.