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    1. De Klerk, AM; De Klerk, RK
      Nasal continuous positive airway pressure and outcomes of preterm infants

      JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
    2. Sandberg, O; Franklin, KA; Bucht, G; Eriksson, S; Gustafson, Y
      Nasal continuous positive airway pressure in stroke patients with sleep apnoea: a randomized treatment study

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    3. Nakamura, T; Chin, KZ; Shimizu, K; Kita, H; Mishima, M; Nakamura, T; Ohi, M
      Acute effect of nasal continuous positive airway pressure therapy on the systemic immunity of patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

      SLEEP
    4. Bolitschek, J; Rieder, A; Broinger, G; Rosenberger, A; Kunze, M; Aigner, K
      N-CPAP rejecters - A specific group of noncompliant patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

      WIENER KLINISCHE WOCHENSCHRIFT
    5. Sreenan, C; Lemke, RP; Hudson-Mason, A; Osiovich, H
      High-flow nasal cannulae in the management of apnea of prematurity: A comparison with conventional nasal continuous positive airway pressure

      PEDIATRICS
    6. Rakotonanahary, D; Pelletier-Fleury, N; Gagnadoux, F; Fleury, B
      Predictive factors for the need for additional humidification during nasalcontinuous positive airway pressure therapy

      CHEST
    7. Russo-Magno, P; O'Brien, A; Panciera, T; Rounds, S
      Compliance with CPAP therapy in older men with obstructive sleep apnea

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN GERIATRICS SOCIETY
    8. Whittle, AT; Douglas, NJ
      Does the physiological success of CPAP titration predict clinical success?

      JOURNAL OF SLEEP RESEARCH
    9. Noseda, A; Jann, E; Hoffmann, G; Linkowski, P; Kerkhofs, M
      Compliance with nasal continuous positive airway pressure assessed with a pressure monitor: pattern of use and influence of sleep habits

      RESPIRATORY MEDICINE
    10. Ficker, JH; Fuchs, FS; Wiest, GH; Asshoff, G; Schmelzer, AH; Hahn, EG
      An auto-continuous positive airway pressure device controlled exclusively by the forced oscillation technique

      EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL
    11. Lacassagne, L; Didier, A; Doussau, S; Murris-Espin, M; Birot, P; Charlet, JP; Thach, KS; Tiberge, M; Paoli, JR; Pessey, JJ; Leophonte, P
      Outcome of 248 patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome treated by nasal continuous positive airway pressure. Study of compliance and time-course of Apnea-Hypopnea index

      REVUE DES MALADIES RESPIRATOIRES
    12. Horstmann, S; Hess, CW; Bassetti, C; Gugger, M; Mathis, J
      Sleepiness-related accidents in sleep apnea patients

      SLEEP
    13. Stradling, JR; Davies, RJO
      Is more NCPAP better?

      SLEEP
    14. Tun, Y; Hida, W; Okabe, S; Kikuchi, Y; Kurosawa, H; Tabata, M; Shirato, K
      Effects of nasal continuous positive airway pressure on awake ventilatory responses to hypoxia and hypercapnia in patients with obstructive sleep apnea

      TOHOKU JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE
    15. Okada, S; Ouchi, Y; Teramoto, S
      Nasal continuous positive airway pressure and weight loss improve swallowing reflex in patients with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

      RESPIRATION
    16. Bacon, JP; Farney, RJ; Jensen, RL; Waker, JM; Cloward, TV
      Nasal continuous positive airway pressure devices do not maintain the set pressure dynamically when tested under simulated clinical conditions

      CHEST
    17. Downey, R; Perkin, RM; MacQuarrie, J
      Nasal continuous positive airway pressure use in children with obstructivesleep apnea younger than 2 years of age

      CHEST
    18. Li, KK; Riley, RW; Guilleminault, C
      An unreported risk in the use of home nasal continuous positive airway pressure and home nasal ventilation in children - Mid-face hypoplasia

      CHEST
    19. Davis, PG; Henderson-Smart, DJ
      Post-extubation prophylactic nasal continuous positive airway pressure in preterm infants: Systematic review and meta-analysis

      JOURNAL OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH
    20. Chin, K; Ohi, M
      Obesity and obstructive sleep apnea syndrome

      INTERNAL MEDICINE
    21. Moretti, C; Gizzi, C; Papoff, P; Lampariello, S; Capoferri, M; Calcagnini, G; Bucci, G
      Comparing the effects of nasal synchronized intermittent positive pressureventilation (nSIPPV) and nasal continuous positive airway pressure (nCPAP)after extubation in very low birth weight infants

      EARLY HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
    22. Gagnadoux, F; Rakotonanahary, D; de Araujo, MTM; Barros-Vieira, S; Fleury, B
      Long-term efficacy of fixed CPAP recommended by Autoset (R) for OSAS

      SLEEP
    23. Deegan, PC; Cooper, BG; Britton, JR; Jones, NS; Kinnear, WJM
      Prospective audit of a respiratory sleep disorders service at District General Hospital level

      POSTGRADUATE MEDICAL JOURNAL
    24. Verder, H; Albertsen, P; Ebbesen, F; Greisen, G; Robertson, B; Bertelsen, A; Agertoft, L; Djernes, B; Nathan, E; Reinholdt, J
      Nasal continuous positive airway pressure and early surfactant therapy forrespiratory distress syndrome in newborns of less than 30 weeks' gestation

      PEDIATRICS
    25. Hall, RT
      Indications for surfactant therapy - The aAPo(2) coming of age

      PEDIATRICS
    26. Krachman, SL; D'Alonzo, GE; Berger, TJ; Eisen, HJ
      Comparison of oxygen therapy with nasal continuous positive airway pressure on Cheyne-Stokes respiration during sleep in congestive heart failure

      CHEST
    27. McNamara, F; Sullivan, CE
      Obstructive sleep apnea in infants and its management with nasal continuous positive airway pressure

      CHEST
    28. D'Ambrosio, C; Bowman, T; Mohsenin, V
      Quality of life in patients with obstructive sleep apnea - Effect of nasalcontinuous positive airway pressure - A prospective study

      CHEST
    29. Gaon, P; Lee, S; Hannan, S; Ingram, D; Milner, AD
      Assessment of effect of nasal continuous positive pressure on laryngeal opening using fibre optic laryngoscopy

      ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD
    30. SHEIKH S; MADIRAJU K; QAZI Q; RAO M
      IMPROVED MORBIDITY WITH THE USE OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IN I-CELL DISEASE

      Pediatric pulmonology
    31. ARROE M; PEDERSENBJERGAARD L; ALBERTSEN P; BODE S; GREISEN G; JONSBO F; LUNDSTROM K; STRUCK J; WESTERGAARD M; PEITERSEN B
      INHALATION OF AEROSOLIZED SURFACTANT (EXOSURF(R)) TO NEONATES TREATEDWITH NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE

      Prenatal. neonatal med.
    32. NANDWANI N; CARANZA R; HANNING CD
      OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA AND UPPER AIRWAY REACTIVITY

      Journal of sleep research
    33. MESLIER N; LEBRUN T; GRILLIERLANOIR V; ROLLAND N; HENDERICK C; SAILLY JC; RACINEUX JL
      A FRENCH SURVEY OF 3,225 PATIENTS TREATED WITH CPAP FOR OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA - BENEFITS, TOLERANCE, COMPLIANCE AND QUALITY-OF-LIFE

      The European respiratory journal
    34. BOLITSCHEK J; SCHMEISERRIEDER A; SCHOBERSBERGER R; ROSENBERGER A; KUNZE M; AIGNER K
      IMPACT OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE TREATMENT ON QUALITY-OF-LIFE IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA

      The European respiratory journal
    35. KOEHLER U; FUS E; GRIMM W; PANKOW W; SCHAFER H; STAMMNITZ A; PETER JH
      HEART-BLOCK IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA - PATHOGENETIC FACTORS AND EFFECTS OF TREATMENT

      The European respiratory journal
    36. Parmar, MS; Kanya-Forstner, N
      N-CPAP in the prevention of recurrent intubations and hospitalizations in a patient with refractory congestive heart failure

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CARDIOLOGY
    37. FICKER JH; WIEST GH; LEHNERT G; WIEST B; HAHN EG
      EVALUATION OF AN AUTO-CPAP DEVICE FOR TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA

      Thorax
    38. SHAH RNH; MILLS PR; GEORGE PJM; WEDZICHA JA
      UPPER AIRWAYS SARCOIDOSIS PRESENTING AS OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA

      Thorax
    39. KELLER C; REYNOLDS A; LEE B; GARCIAPRATS J
      CONGENITAL MYOTONIC-DYSTROPHY REQUIRING PROLONGED ENDOTRACHEAL AND NONINVASIVE ASSISTED VENTILATION - NOT A UNIFORMLY FATAL CONDITION

      Pediatrics
    40. KITA H; OHI M; CHIN K; NOGUCHI T; OTSUKA N; TSUBOI T; KUNO K
      EFFECTS OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE THERAPY ON RESPIRATORY PARAMETERS OF UPPER AIRWAY PATENCY IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVESLEEP-APNEA SYNDROME

      Chest
    41. DAVIS P; JANKOV R; DOYLE L; HENSCHKE P
      RANDOMIZED, CONTROLLED TRIAL OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IN THE EXTUBATION OF INFANTS WEIGHING 600 TO 1250 G

      Archives of Disease in Childhood
    42. MCNAMARA F; SULLIVAN CE
      NASAL CPAP TREATMENT IN AN INFANT WITH RESPIRATORY SYNCYTIAL VIRUS-ASSOCIATED APNEA

      Pediatric pulmonology
    43. JENKINSON C; STRADLING J; PETERSEN S
      COMPARISON OF 3 MEASURES OF QUALITY-OF-LIFE OUTCOME IN THE EVALUATIONOF CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAYS PRESSURE THERAPY FOR SLEEP-APNEA

      Journal of sleep research
    44. HERS V; LIISTRO G; DURY M; COLLARD P; AUBERT G; RODENSTEIN DO
      RESIDUAL EFFECT OF NCPAP APPLIED FOR PART OF THE NIGHT IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA

      The European respiratory journal
    45. STRADLING JR; BARBOUR C; PITSON DJ; DAVIES RJO
      AUTOMATIC NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE TITRATION IN THE LABORATORY - PATIENT OUTCOMES

      Thorax
    46. KIELY JL; MCNICHOLAS WT
      BED PARTNERS ASSESSMENT OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE THERAPY IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA

      Chest
    47. QUARANTA AJ; DALONZO GE; KRACHMAN SL
      CHEYNE-STOKES RESPIRATION DURING SLEEP IN CONGESTIVE-HEART-FAILURE

      Chest
    48. PIETERS T; COLLARD P; AUBERT G; DURY M; DELGUSTE P; RODENSTEIN DO
      ACCEPTANCE AND LONG-TERM COMPLIANCE WITH NCPAP IN PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA SYNDROME

      The European respiratory journal
    49. NAHMIAS J; LAO R; KARETZKY M
      RIGHT-VENTRICULAR DYSFUNCTION IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA - REVERSAL WITH NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE

      The European respiratory journal
    50. WANG CH; LIN HC; HUANG TJ; YANG CT; YU CT; KUO HP
      DIFFERENTIAL-EFFECTS OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE ON REVERSIBLE OR FIXED UPPER AND LOWER AIRWAY-OBSTRUCTION

      The European respiratory journal
    51. CASSEL W; PLOCH T; BECKER C; DUGNUS D; PETER JH; VONWICHERT P
      RISK OF TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN PATIENTS WITH SLEEP-DISORDERED BREATHING- REDUCTION WITH NASAL CPAP

      The European respiratory journal
    52. FLEURY B; RAKOTONANAHARY D; HAUSSERHAUW C; LEBEAU B
      OBJECTIVE PATIENT COMPLIANCE IN LONG-TERM USE OF NCPAP

      The European respiratory journal
    53. VEALE D; PEPIN JL; WUYAM B; LEVY PA
      ABNORMAL AUTONOMIC STRESS RESPONSES IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA ARE REVERSED BY NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE

      The European respiratory journal
    54. REY M; PHILIPJOET F; BARRIERE JR; REYNAUD M; GUIGNON I; DICROCO A; ARNAUD A
      COLOR DENSITY SPECTRAL ARRAY FOR QUICK EVALUATION OF SLEEP DURING NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE

      Respiration
    55. SANTOS JT; GONZALEZ JIQ; ARNAIZ AM; ASEGURADO LL; ARROYO IG
      COMPLIANCE IN THE TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIV E SLEEP-APNEA SYNDROME WITHNASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE PRESSURE

      Revista Clinica Espanola
    56. DOTTORINI M; ESLAMI A; BAGLIONI S; FIORENZANO G; TODISCO T
      NASAL-CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IN THE TREATMENT OF NEAR-DROWNING IN FRESH-WATER

      Chest
    57. MATHRU M; ESCH O; LANG J; HERBERT ME; CHALJUB G; GOODACRE B; VANSONNENBERG E
      MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING OF THE UPPER AIRWAY - EFFECTS OF PROPOFOL ANESTHESIA AND NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IN HUMANS

      Anesthesiology
    58. HORIE T; AKASHIBA T
      SYMPOSIUM ON CLINICAL ASPECTS OF SLEEP-DISORDERED BREATHING AND CIRCULATION .4. COMPLICATIONS

      Internal medicine
    59. LISTON R; DEEGAN PC; MCCREERY C; COSTELLO R; MAURER B; MCNICHOLAS WT
      HEMODYNAMIC-EFFECTS OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IN SEVERE CONGESTIVE-HEART-FAILURE

      The European respiratory journal
    60. HEDNER J; DARPO B; EJNELL H; CARLSON J; CAIDAHL K
      REDUCTION IN SYMPATHETIC ACTIVITY AFTER LONG-TERM CPAP TREATMENT IN SLEEP-APNEA - CARDIOVASCULAR IMPLICATIONS

      The European respiratory journal
    61. SFORZA E; LUGARESI E
      DAYTIME SLEEPINESS AND NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE THERAPY IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA SYNDROME PATIENTS - EFFECTS OF CHRONIC TREATMENT AND 1-NIGHT THERAPY WITHDRAWAL

      Sleep
    62. RENNOTTE MT; BAELE P; AUBERT G; RODENSTEIN DO
      NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE IN THE PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA SUBMITTED TO SURGERY

      Chest
    63. RAUSCHER H; FORMANEK D; ZWICK H
      NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE FOR NONAPNEIC SNORING

      Chest
    64. POLO O; EKHOLM E
      NOCTURNAL HYPERVENTILATION IN PREGNANCY - REVERSAL WITH NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE

      American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
    65. SERIES F; MARC I; CORMIER Y; LAFORGE J
      REQUIRED LEVELS OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE DURING TREATMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA

      The European respiratory journal
    66. BENDIXEN D; HALVORSEN AC; HJELT K; FLACHS H
      LIGNOCAINE GEL USED FOR LUBRICATION OF INTRANASAL AND ENDOTRACHEAL-TUBES IN PREMATURE NEONATES

      Acta paediatrica
    67. FLEURY B; RAKOTONANAHARY D; TEHINDRAZANARIVELO AD; HAUSSERHAUW C; LEBEAU B
      LONG-TERM COMPLIANCE TO CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE THERAPY (NCPAP) SET-UP DURING A SPLIT-NIGHT POLYSOMNOGRAPHY

      Sleep
    68. RAMA PR; SHARMA SC
      SLEEP-APNEA AND COMPLETE HEART-BLOCK

      Clinical cardiology
    69. CHEDIAK AD; LIPSON E; DEMIROZU MC; KIEL M
      THE 2ND-GENERATION OF NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE DEVICES - ARE THEY CREATED EQUAL

      Sleep
    70. SUZUKI M; OTSUKA K; GUILLEMINAULT C
      LONG-TERM NASAL CONTINUOUS POSITIVE AIRWAY PRESSURE ADMINISTRATION CAN NORMALIZE HYPERTENSION IN OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP-APNEA PATIENTS

      Sleep


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