OSA and asthma: sleep specialists show optimism about CPAP effects

Unrecognised obstructive sleep apnoea often co-exists with asthma and CPAP may improve some aspects of asthma patients’ quality of life, a pioneering study has shown. In what has been described as the first randomised controlled trial of OSA treatment in patients with asthma, CPAP therapy for three months did not enhance asthma control but it did ...

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