Predictors of continuous positive airway pressure use during the first week of treatment
Journal of Sleep Research, 07/27/2012
YE L et al. – The data suggest the need to assess the impact of continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) on intimacy and troubleshooting aspects of the treatment that interfere with sexual relationships. Assessing the presence of residual respiratory events may be important in promoting CPAP adherence. The association of race and CPAP use needs to be explored further by including more socioeconomic information.