REDEFINING OSA TREATMENT IN
MILD TO MODERATE OSA

How effective is your patient’s therapy over
the whole night’s sleep?

Obstructive Sleep Apnoea (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.
WATCH THE VIDEO TO COMPARE CPAP AND ORAL
APPLIANCES OVER A WHOLE NIGHT’S SLEEP.
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effective treatment for Obstructive Sleep Apnoea.

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Model that is based on peer reviewed study data or your own patient data.

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simulations based on
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Get updated on obstructive
sleep apnoea efficacy and
compliance studies as
well as meta-analysis
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Compare Health Outcome
Parameters between CPAP
and Oral Appliance Therapy
(OAT)

Learn about patient
preferences for CPAP and
oral appliances

Review AASM and AADSM
recommendations on Oral
Appliance Therapy (OAT)

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