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SOMERSET, PA – November 15, 2013 – DeVilbiss Healthcare re-introduced today the PulmoNeb LT Compressor Nebulizer System, now made in the USA of US and imported parts.
If you meet certain requirements, you could take part in a research study focused on improving the accuracy of CPAP treatment and better meeting each person’s individualized treatment requirements automatically.
To qualify, you must:
- Have a diagnosis of moderate to severe obstructive sleep apnea, or central/complex sleep apnea
- Be on stable CPAP or APAP therapy with compliant use averaging four or more hours nightly, for at least the past three months
- Be 21 to 75 years or age
This study includes two visits to the NeuroCare Center for Sleep in Newton, MA, a suburb of Boston:
- Visit 1: screening.
- Visit 2: overnight PSG in sleep lab.
- $50 for screening; $200 participation. Total $250 to qualified participants
If interested, please complete the information to the right and “submit.” We will then contact you.