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The Evaluation of an Interface for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

2018-11-05 16:27:24 | BioPortfolio

Summary

This investigation is designed to evaluate the performance as well as the patients overall acceptance of the interface.

Description

A minimum of 40 OSA participants who currently use CPAP will be recruited for the trial. Participant will be in the trial for three weeks- first week will be a collection of Positive Airway Pressure baseline data on participant's usual interface. The participant will then use the trial interface in-home for 2 weeks. There is also an option of a six month extension if the participant wish to continue on the trial interface.

Study Design

Conditions

Sleep Disordered Breathing

Intervention

F&P Interface

Location

Hawkes Bay Fallen Soldiers' Memorial Hospital
Hastings
Hawkes Bay
New Zealand
4120

Status

Recruiting

Source

Fisher and Paykel Healthcare

Results (where available)

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