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During my sleep study, why wasn't i given a cpap?

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Dr. Sal Aragona
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In brief: AHI

Apnea hypopnea index is defined as the number of these events recorded in a psg test per hour of sleep.
This index must first be objectively discovered and it is the standard by which a board certified sleep specialist uses in diagnosing the level of obstructive sleep apnea and makes recommendations like CPAP before treating a particular condition.

In brief: AHI

Apnea hypopnea index is defined as the number of these events recorded in a psg test per hour of sleep.
This index must first be objectively discovered and it is the standard by which a board certified sleep specialist uses in diagnosing the level of obstructive sleep apnea and makes recommendations like CPAP before treating a particular condition.
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