Rehospitalization is lower in adults with heart disease when they are treated for comorbid sleep apnea

Consistent use of CPAP treatment in patients with known heart disease and newly diagnosed obstructive sleep apnea is associated with a lower likelihood of rehospitalization, according to a new study published Aug. 8 as an accepted paper in the online Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.

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