Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) treatment efficacy is the ability of the treatment to prevent the occurrence of obstructive breathing events during sleep when the treatment is being physically applied.

Time off treatment during the
night’s sleep will reduce clinical
effectiveness. Compliance to OSA
treatment over the entire
sleeping period must be
considered.

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APPLIANCES OVER A WHOLE NIGHT’S SLEEP.

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