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Obstructive Sleep Apnea as a Risk Factor for Adverse Outcomes in COVID-19
CHEST’s Sleep Medicine NetWork briefly reviews emerging literature that suggests obstructive sleep apnea may be an independent risk factor for poor outcomes from COVID‑19.

Updates on COVID-19 guidance for sleep medicine
Well into its second year, the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose substantial challenges for health care access and delivery.

Time to move the dial: Sleep and burnout in health care workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
Clinicians continue to face a unique set of hardships, exacerbating underlying sleep disorders such as insomnia, feelings of burnout, and mental health problems.

Philips Recall of CPAPs, BiLevel PAPs, & Home Ventilators infographic

Stay in the know on the Philips PAP recall

In June 2021, Philips Respironics issued a voluntary recall for some of their CPAP devices, BiPAP devices, and mechanical ventilators. CHEST continues to monitor the situation as it develops and is actively engaging with Philips and partner associations on behalf of you and your patients.

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Philips Recall of CPAPs, BiLevel PAPs, & Home Ventilators infographic

CHEST advocates to reduce barriers to noninvasive ventilation

A technical expert panel on optimal noninvasive ventilation (NIV)—conducted by CHEST, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, the American Association for Respiratory Care, and the American Thoracic Society—recently released outcomes and recommendations for improving access to NIV therapy for people suffering from a broad range of disorders, including thoracic restrictive disorders, COPD, central sleep apnea, hypoventilation syndromes, and obstructive sleep apnea.


Intensive Care Unit Guide on laptop

Trusted information to share with your patients

The CHEST Foundation has developed resources that empower patients to engage in better management of their health. Our obstructive sleep apnea guide breaks down symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options, along with lists of questions to enable meaningful patient-provider conversations.


Intensive Care Unit Guide on laptop

Upcoming Critical Advancements webinar


Critical Advancements: Daytime OSA Therapy: Intraoral Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES) and Its Mechanism of Action

Date: Tuesday, October 12, 2021
Time: 2 pm CT

Brandon Nokes, MD, and Joshua Lennon, MD, will discuss new evidence regarding eXciteOSA’s mechanism of action and the first patient experiences with integrating this technology into clinical practice as a potential first-line therapy for obstructive sleep apnea.

Disclaimer: All opinions expressed and information provided as part of this program are those of the presenters only. The content of this program has not been reviewed by CHEST, and CHEST does not endorse or take any position regarding the contents, opinions, or information associated with this program.


You Snooze You Lose

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You Snooze, You Win!

In this game, navigate your avatar to jump from platform to platform, answering sleep questions along the way. Earn points and lives for each question you answer correctly and additional points for landing on a variety of platform types. The highest jumper has the chance to top the leaderboard!

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Supporter information can be found in the Player Hub.

You Snooze You Lose

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