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J Clin Sleep Med. Published online Mar Nathaniel F. Privacy Statement Term of Use. My question is must I return to the same doctor when the time is up? I will have the readout from the sleep doctor.
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Just not comfortable with where I was send. Make sure you take a 30 day, or more, readout when you go for the new examination. Literally 5 pounds. He gave me a 3 month card.
Am I now required to do the sleep test? Could I not just lose 10 pounds to be safe and go back in before the 3 month card is up and be good to go?
Mike A 0. I have been on cpap for 22 years. I couple of years ago I had to buy a new machine that would record use.
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My doc says different. I cannot find any time requirement for this. Where might Sleep apnea and commercial be able to see it and print it out? The most effective treatment is 7 or more hours of CPAP use during sleep.
Sleep Apnea Evaluation of Commercial Motor Vehicle Operators
Due to the fact instead of a cpap machine he got dental implants that where recommended by his dr. Sleep apnea and commercial dr said he needs a cpap machine is this correct. Paul No, it is not correct. Proper documentation may be needed, but a dental implant is acceptable by FMCSA with documentation from his doctor.
I train new drivers. Where can I find the dot regulations on cpap usage?
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Jordan B FMCSA issues guidelines in this case and your situation should be considered by the guidelinesnot regulations. I was told due to an 18 inch neck o needed to due an at home sleep apnea test. I took it and was told I have moderate sleep apnea. I live and work in California and I deliver gasoline. Can you clarify what my requirements are. What are my options? Sleep apnea and commercial you.The most salient points provided in our comments are that (1) moderate-to- severe OSA is common among commercial motor vehicle operators. As members of the Sleep and Transportation Safety Awareness Task Force of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, we aim to engage.