ResMed’s Growth Accelerates

ResMed Inc posted record revenue and income results for the quarter ended September 30, 2009, driven by product sales, market share gains, and increasing awareness of sleep-disordered breathing. ResMed has released a flurry of products to American

Democrats Promise “Compromise” on Health Care Reform

Rep Charles Rangel (D-NY), chairman of the Ways and Means Committee, believes changes must be made to the Senate-approved health bill, according to reporting in the Chicago Tribune. Any such changes could be a confirmation that votes to pass the

Array of Clinicians Expected to Converge at NSF Conference

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) has broadened its audience reach with a two-track approach for its upcoming Sleep Health & Safety conference. This year’s NSF conference on March 5-6 offers an itinerary that caters to not only sleep sp

Severe Sleep Apnea Decreases Frequency of Nightmare Recall

Researchers from the Sleep Disorders Center of Southern Colorado in Pueblo found that patients with severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) report a significantly lower frequency of nightmares than patients with mild or no sleep apnea, indicating that

RPSGT and CPSGT March Application Deadlines Extended

Due to the four-day closure of the BRPT executive office caused by recent severe winter weather in the greater Washington, DC area, the application deadline for the March 2010 testing window for both the RPSGT exam and the CPSGT exam has been ex

ResMed Launches the Swift FX Nasal Pillows System

ResMed Corp, San Diego, introduces the new Swift FX nasal pillows system, the latest in the company’s line of nasal interfaces for use in the treatment of sleep apnea. The Swift FX is designed to maintain a strong seal while enabling free