Sleep Apnea

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April 24, 2013

Philips Respironics Goes Mobile with SleepMapper App

Philips Respironics, a unit of Royal Philips Electronics, announced the launch of the SleepMapper self-management system, a mobile and Web-based solution for patients diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea that combines the components of feedback, education and troubleshooting.

April 10, 2013

Transcend CPAP Offers Solution for Travelers with Sleep Apnea

Somnetics International Inc. has introduced Transcend, a small, light-weight, and portable continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) and battery system.

March 4, 2013

TCA Clarifies Positions on Drug Testing, Sleep Disorders, On-Board Technology

At its annual convention currently under way at the Wynn Las Vegas, the Truckload Carriers Association’s board of directors approved several changes to the organization’s official policies on drug and alcohol testing, sleep disorders, and on-board technology.

January 6, 2013

ATA Adopts New Position on Sleep Disorder Screening and Testing

LAS VEGAS - Seeing disturbing indications that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration may plan to address the issue of sleep apnea among truck drivers with a "guidance" rather than a rulemaking, the American Trucking Associations has a new policy positio

December 18, 2012

Sleepsafe Drivers Adds SleepWorks Labs To Network

Sleepsafe Drivers, a national provider of sleep apnea diagnosis and treatment programs for the transportation industry, has added SleepWorks to its Sleep Provider Network, effective immediately

November 7, 2012

Link Discovered Between Driver Obesity and Crash Risk

A study has confirmed what many in trucking already believed -- that there's a direct connection between a truck driver's crash risk and his or her body mass index. Obese truckers, during their first two years on the road, are 43% to 55% more likely to be involved in a crash when compared against those truckers with a normal BMI

October 23, 2012

ATA Adopts New Position on Sleep Disorder Screening and Testing

LAS VEGAS - Seeing disturbing indications that the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration may plan to address the issue of sleep apnea among truck drivers with a "guidance" rather than a rulemaking, the American Trucking Associations has a new policy positio

July 1, 2008

The Silent Killer

Two fleet drivers shared their experiences with obstructive sleep apnea testing and treatment programs sponsored by their carriers.

July 1, 2008

Health On The Highway

Trucker health is in a sorry state.

October 1, 2007

A Real Cure for Driver Fatigue

Helping drivers sleep improves bottom line.

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