SLEEP TIGHT: CPAP may be vasculoprotective in stroke/TIA

June 30, 2016

Long-term continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) for treatment of sleep apnea in patients with a recent mild stroke or transient ischemic attack resulted in improved cardiovascular and metabolic risk factors, better neurologic function, and a reduction in the recurrent vascular event rate, compared with usual care in the SLEEP TIGHT study. MORE

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