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Exploratory Subjective Sleep Study of a Prototype Nasal Dilator

The purpose of this exploratory study is to evaluate the subjective measures of congestion and sleep quality in subjects who suffer from chronic nasal congestion and report trouble with their sleep.


A Pivotal Subjective Sleep Study of a Nasal Dilator (Breathe Right Tan)

This randomized, double-blind, parallel group, placebo-controlled study demonstrated positive directional effects of a novel nasal dilator strip in consumers with chronic nocturnal nasal congestion who have trouble with their sleep.

To Characterize the Performance of the Nasal Dilator Strip in Lowering Nasal Resistance During Sleep, Promoting Nasal Route Breathing and Reducing the Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Disordered Breathing in a Group of Chronic Nocturnal Nasal Congestion Suffer

To characterize the performance of the nasal dilator strip in lowering nasal resistance during sleep, promoting nasal route breathing and reducing the signs and symptoms of sleep disordered breathing in a group of chronic nocturnal nasal congestion sufferers who report trouble with their sleep.


A New Treatment for Mechanical Nasal Obstruction

The research team has developed a prototype for an investigational mechanical nasal dilator and the investigators aim to evaluate its efficacy. Specifically, the investigators wish to address the following research questions: 1) How does mechanical nasal obstruction affect patients' lives? The investigators aim to answer this question with use of validated questionnaires. 2) How do currently available mechanical nasal dilators affect objective and subjective findings related t...

Nasal Dilator Strips for Rhinoplasty

In this study, the study team will investigate the validity and role of nasal dilator strips (NDS), a novel method to determine the site of nasal valve compromise (NVC), in the pre-operative evaluation. The method involves placing the strip sequentially at the upper and lower lateral cartilage and recording the location of the optimal airway based on patient's subjective symptoms. Investigators seek to assess surgical outcomes in participants undergoing rhinoplasty based ...

The Effects of Nasal Airflow on Upper Airway Dilator Muscles During Sleep

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an increasingly prevalent disorder characterized by repeated upper airway collapse during sleep, resulting in oxygen desaturation and frequent arousals. The etiology of OSA remains unclear. Many studies indicates an association between nasal obstruction and apnea. However,the precise nature of this relationship is far from clear and the importance of resistance to nasal airflow in the pathogenesis of airway collapse in OSA patients remains cont...

A Pivotal Study to Assess the Effectiveness of Nasal Dilator (Breathe Right Nasal Strips)

This randomized, double-blind, parallel group, placebo-controlled study demonstrated statistically significant differences in subjective measures of nasal airway breathing immediately after the strip was applied and in the morning upon awakening favoring breathe right nasal strips (BRNS).

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Positive Airway Pressure, Sleep Apnea, and the Placenta (PAP-SAP)

This study is testing the hypothesis of whether continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy improves placental histopathology and secretory function. The main aims of the study are to identify shared mechanisms between obstructive sleep apnea and preeclampsia, both common highly morbid conditions.

Long-term Study of Lemborexant in Insomnia Disorder

The key objectives of this study are to determine, using sleep diaries, whether lemborexant at the doses 5 milligrams (mg) and 10 mg is superior to placebo on subjective sleep onset, subjective sleep efficiency, and subjective sleep maintenance in participants with insomnia disorder.

Correlation of the Objective and Subjective Measures of the Nasal Obstruction Before and After Surgery of the Nasal Septum

Nasal obstruction is a very subjective sensation but it's also a frequent reason of consultation. Two specific questionnaire NOSE and RhinoQOL were validated; but rhinomanometry value is still a question to debate. As well as the difference between acoustic rhinometry and rhinomanometry. Usually nasal obstruction due to a septal deviation is treated by septoplasty. If the anatomic result can be proved true, the patient's felt would be unsuccessful. The aim of this study...

Cardiovascular Impact, Quality e Quantity of Sleep in Bed Partners of Patients With Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a common clinical condition associate with a negative impact not limited to the patients but also to the partner that sleep in the same bed. Is it reasonable to speculate that the partner suffer sleep deprivation, increased level of irritability, insomnia, fatigue, among others due to the loud snoring caused by the OSA patient. Although previous data reported impaired sleep quality in partners of patients with OSA, it is not clear in literature ...

Domiciliary Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation in Obstructive Sleep Apnoea

The aim of this study is to assess the efficacy of transcutaneous electrical stimulation of the pharyngeal dilator muscles in patients with obstructive sleep apnoea in the community compared to usual care, and follow the patients for 3 months, as well as to assess compliance of non-invasive electrical stimulation of the upper airway dilator muscles in obstructive sleep apnoea patients over time and evaluate the control of symptoms and improvement in quality of life.

Trans Nasal Insuflation for the Treatment of Snoring

This research is being done to examine if a nasal cannula can be used to keep the throat open during sleep, thereby treating sleep apnea. People with sleep apnea and people who snore without sleep apnea may take part in this study. Sleep apnea is a disorder caused by pauses in breathing due to repetitive closure of the throat. The most common form of treatment for sleep apnea is continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy. While CPAP therapy remains the simplest and mos...

Randomized Clinical Trial of Nasal Turbinate Reduction to Improve Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) Outcomes for Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea occurs in 2-4% of middle age adults and results in significant morbidity and mortality. The first line therapy is provision of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) via a nasal mask chronically. Nasal resistance related to nasal turbinate enlargement may compromise CPAP treatment. This randomized double-blind sham-placebo-controlled trial tests the hypothesis that nasal turbinate reduction improves the nasal passage, CPAP use, and sleep apnea qua...

The Evaluation of a Nasal Mask for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): Comfort & Performance Trial

This investigation is designed to evaluate the performance (treatment and leak), comfort (subjective feedback), stability (subjective feedback, leak) as well as the participant's overall acceptance of the Saturn mask amongst OSA participants. An important factor in this investigation will be the testing of our two different seal sizes on the participants (small and medium size). A total number of 15 participants who currently use nasal or nasal pillow masks will be recruited fo...

Comparison of High Flow Nasal Cannula Therapy to Nasal Oxygen as a Treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Infants

This is a small pilot study that will compare High Flow Nasal Cannula (HFNC) therapy to oxygen nasal cannula therapy on infants who have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and are scheduled for a clinically ordered sleep study called polysomnography (PSG). The HFNC procedure uses humidified room air delivered by nasal cannula at higher pressures and will test if HFNC can control OSA in infants better or as well as low flow nasal oxygen, the current clinical standard of care. All the...

Interface Selection for Adaptive Servo Ventilation

The purpose of this study is to compare the effects of nasal and oronasal interfaces during ASV treatment on sleep efficiency and sleep architecture. Therefore, patients starting treatment with ASV, will be randomized between two groups. In the first group, patients will use a nasal interface during the first night and an oronasal interface during the second night. In the second group, patients will use an oronasal mask first and a nasal mask during the second night. The result...

Clinical Study for the BONGO NASAL Expiratory Positive Airway Pressure (EPAP) Device in the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)

Single center clinical study for the BONGO NASAL EPAP device in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea for the purpose of obtaining safety and efficacy data

Chronic Sleep Restriction and Driving

Young subjects and patients with nocturnal respiratory disorders are frequently involved in sleep-related accidents. This study assess the impact of chronic sleep restriction (4 hr of sleep during 5 days) or total sleep deprivation in young or mature healthy subjects or snorers on simulated driving, objective and subjective sleepiness and objective and subjective cognitive performances. The effects of recovery night on these parameters are also assessed.

External Nasal Dilator and Oxygen Therapy in Respiratory Failure

Acute respiratory failure secondary to bronchiolitis and asthma is one of the most common diagnoses in children admitted to pediatric intensive care unit. Objectives: The primary outcome of the study is to compare the respiratory parameters between patients on HFNC and HFNC with ENDs. Methods: This is a prospective randomized controlled trial. All children admitted to Loma Linda University Children's Hospital due to acute respiratory failure secondary to bronchiolitis a...

The Role of the Nose in Snoring and Sleep Apnea

We intend to study, in depth, the quantitative and qualitative properties of nasal respiration in sleep-disordered breathing and sleep apnea and its relation to (CPAP) treatment with the final goal of improving patient outcome. To do this we will temporarily alter patients' nasal airflow during monitored sleep to lower CPAP air pressure, making CPAP treatment more acceptable to the patient. Additionally we plan to implement highly advanced computerized modelling in collaborati...

DAW1033D in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is common and has major health implications but treatment options are limited. OSA patients show a marked reduction in upper airway (UA) dilator muscle activity at sleep onset and this phenomenon leads to increased collapsibility of UA compared to normal subjects. In this protocol the investigators will test the effect of DAW1033D administered before sleep on OSA phenotype traits and OSA severity during sleep.

DAW1033B2 in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is common and has major health implications but treatment options are limited. OSA patients show a marked reduction in upper airway (UA) dilator muscle activity at sleep onset and this phenomenon leads to increased collapsibility of UA compared to normal subjects. In this protocol the investigators will test the effect of DAW1033B2 administered before sleep on OSA phenotype traits and OSA severity during sleep.

The Evaluation of a Full Face and Nasal Mask for the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

This investigation is a prospective, non randomized, non blinded study. This investigation is designed to evaluate the performance, comfort and ease of use with the F&P trial full face and nasal mask amongst Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) patients. Up to 70 OSA patients will be recruited from the North Texas Lung and Sleep Clinic (NTLSC) database

Validating the Use of a Subjectively Reported Sleep Vital Sign

Sleep disorders are commonly under-recognized in the primary care setting and available screening tools are often are limited. The study inestigators hypothesize that the use of a novel subjective sleep vital sign (VS) will improve recognition of patients with sleep disorders and can be utilized to track outcomes to sleep therapy.


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