respiratory
Sleep

CPAP trumps mandibular devices


Continuous positive airway pressure is more effective than mandibular advancement devices for reducing daytime sleepiness in people with OSA, a meta-analysis in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine concludes. The network meta-analysis of 67 studies involving 6873 patients found that CPAP was associated with a reduction in ESS score of 2·5 points and mandibular advancement devices of ...

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