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A wrist pulse oximeter with alarm is pretty much what it sounds like – an oximeter that fits on your wrist and has an alarm with which to awaken you should sleep apnea occur. This is a pretty standard device...
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Sleep apnea is a common medical condition where patients experience breathing problems when trying to sleep. People who suffer from sleep apnea typically experience a relaxation of the muscles in the airways. When this happens, the tissue in the area...
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CPAP therapy (or Continuous Positive Airway Pressure) is used to treat sleep apnea. This is a serious condition where people have breathing problems during sleep. CPAP ensures that breathing remains normal and that the airway does not collapse when one...
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