Lung Association Donates $15,000 Sleep Equipment to Saskatoon Sleep Program

Many children throughout the province are suffering at night because they do not sleep well - too many have obstruction of their airways. As a result, they can develop problems with behaviour, school performance, and even serious long-term health complications.

Today, the Lung Association, Saskatchewan donated three portable sleep monitors valued at $15,000 to the Pediatric Sleep Program headed by Dr. Darryl Adamko and his team from the Division of Pediatric Respiratory Medicine, University of Saskatchewan.  The equipment will be used to prevent sleep-disordered breathing in children and adolescents in the province of Saskatchewan.

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Page Last Updated: 06/03/2018