Incidence of Sleep Apnea Treatment Compliance in Veterans with Acquired Brain Injury

      Sleep is critical for neural repair, and disordered sleep may slow functional recovery. Recent studies highlight high rates of sleep apnea (SA) following brain injury. However, no study has examined rates of treatment compliance in this population. This is the first study to examine the incidence of positive airway pressure (PAP) compliance in Veterans with acquired brain injury (ABI) and SA.
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