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SleepApneaUSA.net Announced An Alternative Sleep Apnea Solution For Commercial Pilots After NTSB Recommended Mandatory Sleep Apnea Certification For Testing And 'Successful Treatment'
Date:11/4/2009

Although The NTSB Is Absolutely Correct On Mandatory Sleep Apnea Testing And "Successful Treatment", It Is Practically Impossible To Implement These Mandatory Certifications Without More Practical Solutions Because More Than 60% Of Sleep Apnea Patients Can Not Tolerate The Gold Standard Sleep Apnea CPAP Therapy. More Than 50% Of Commercial Pilots And Drivers May Forever Lose Their Pilot's Or Driver's Licenses Unless They Are Provided With More Practical Solutions Beside Surgeries And A Lifelong CPAP Face Mask.

Hanover Park, IL (PRWEB) November 4, 2009 - Dr. Jin Zhou of SleepApneaUSA.net announced an alternative, potential sleep apnea solution for commercial pilots and drivers. The NTSB recently recommended mandatory sleep apnea certification for sleep apnea testing and subsequent "successful treatment" after the two pilots of northwest airlines flight 188 overshot their destination airport, Minneapolis, by 150 miles on October 21, 2009. Both have since lost their pilot licenses. "Although the NTSB is absolutely correct by mandating sleep apnea testing and "successful treatment" based on well-known scientific facts and current sleep apnea knowledge as well as the long history of transportation accidents caused by sleep apnea patients", said Dr. Jin Zhou, "it is practically impossible to implement these mandatory certifications without more practical solutions available, because more than 60% of sleep apnea patients can't tolerate the gold standard sleep apnea therapy, which is sleeping with a CPAP face mask for life". And the CPAP does not cure sleep apnea patients, it affords only temporary relief. And more than 50% of commercial pilots may lose their pilot's license forever after the new mandates are enacted as federal laws. Therefore, unless absolutely federally involuntary mandated, most commercial pilots are not expected to voluntarily go through
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