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I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT THE MAXIMUM RATABLE PERCENTAGE A VETERAN CAN RECEIVE FROM THE VA FOR SLEEP APNEA???

THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP

50 percent and that requires use of a cpap.

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100 % with chronic repiratory failure and co2 retention

6847 Sleep Apnea Syndromes (Obstructive, Central, Mixed):

Chronic respiratory failure with carbon dioxide retention or cor pulmonale, or; requires tracheostomy 100

Requires use of breathing assistance device such as continuous airway pressure (CPAP) machine 50

Persistent day-time hypersomnolence 30

Asymptomatic but with documented sleep disorder breathing 0

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