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Read the Most Recent Peer-Reviewed Studies for TAP Oral Appliances

TAP devices are the most independently researched oral appliances on the market with more than 50 independent peer-reviewed published studies and counting.

 

Since 1997, almost all clinical trials involving the TAP have been conducted by independent investigators who do not have a financial interest in the device. These studies were funded by an outside source and not by Airway Management. We believe in the ability of our products to help patients sleep better, and we’re proud to know that the experts do, too.

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2010

Evaluation of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Patients’ Oral Appliance Titration Protocols.

McLornan P, Verrett R, Girvan T, Ingmundson P.
2010

The New TAP-PAP Custom Face Mask for CPAP Compliance and Satisfaction.

Prehn R.
2009

A randomized prospective long-term study of two oral appliances for sleep apnea treatment.

Ghazal A, Sorichter S, Jonas I, Rose EC.
2009

An evaluation of a titration strategy for prescription of oral appliances for obstructive sleep apnea.

Krishnan, V., N. A. Collop, et al.
2008

Dental side effects of mandibular advancement appliances – a 2 year follow-up

Ghazal A, Jonas IE, Rose EC.
2008

Obstructive sleep apnea therapy.

Hoekema, A., B. Stegenga, et al.
2008

Effects of oral appliances and CPAP on the left ventricle and natriuretic peptides.

Hoekema, A., A. A. Voors, et al.
2007

Predictors of Obstructive Sleep Apnea-Hypopnea Treatment Outcome.

Hoekema A, Doff MHJ, Bont LGMd, Hoeven JHvd, Wijkstra PJ, Pasma HR, et al.
2007

Simulated driving in obstructive sleep apnea – hypopnoea; effects of oral appliances and continuous positive airway pressure.

Hoekema A, Stegenga B, Bakker M, Brouwer WH, Bont LGMd, Wijkstra PJ, et al.