It is important for all patients, adult or child, to be familiarized with the sleep study procedure at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center Sleep Center. In order to help children understand what to expect during the study and in being fitted with a continous positive airway pressure therapy mask, researchers use sleep dolls to show children how the therapy mask works.
It is important for all patients, adult or child, to be familiarized with the sleep study procedure at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center Sleep Center. In order to help children understand what to expect during the study and in being fitted with a continous positive airway pressure therapy mask, researchers use sleep dolls to show children how the therapy mask works. Photo provided
It is important for all patients, adult or child, to be familiarized with the sleep study procedure at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center Sleep Center. In order to help children understand what to expect during the study and in being fitted with a continous positive airway pressure therapy mask, researchers use sleep dolls to show children how the therapy mask works. Photo provided

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