CPAP improves outcomes in diabetes, sleep apnea patients

04/24/2014 | (U.K.)

A British study found patients with type 2 diabetes and obstructive sleep apnea who underwent continuous positive air pressure therapy showed significant improvements in blood pressure and blood glucose at five years compared with controls. Patients in the intervention arm also exhibited better overall well-being, researchers reported in Diabetes Care.

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