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Cooper picked to treat sleep apnea with newly approved device

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Cooper University Hospital has been selected to treat patients suffering with central sleep apnea with a recently approved implantable device to stimulate breathing. It is one of 24 sites in the country and the only hospital in New Jersey currently treating patients with the remedē System, developed by Respicardia Inc…

New FDA-approved device tested at Saint Luke’s helps patients with central sleep apnea

By Rae Daniel | 41 Action News, KSBH

When it comes to getting a good night’s sleep, adults should get about eight hours. But for years, Shawn Johnston was only getting about an hour and a half of sleep each night. “I was sleeping and then I woke up and I just couldn’t breathe,” Johnston said. For ten years, Johnston struggled with his central sleep apnea …

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