EPAP

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EPAPExpiratory Positive Airway Pressure
EPAPEnvironmental Policy and Planning (California)
EPAPEquipment Purchase Assistance Program
EPAPEuropean Press Academic Publishing
EPAPEgyptian Pollution Abatement Project (Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency)
EPAPEmployee Performance Appraisal Plan
EPAPEquator Principles Action Plan
EPAPEnhanced Production Audit Program (Canada)
EPAPEmergency Preparedness Action Plan (various organizations)
EPAPElectronic Patent Application Processing
EPAPEthics Policy Archive Project
EPAPEuropean Public Advisory Partners
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A convenient expiratory positive airway pressure nasal device for the treatment of sleep apnea in patients non-adherent with continuous positive airway pressure.
Effect of expiratory positive airway pressure on sleep disordered breathing.
A bi-level CPAP system delivers two different positive pressure levels--an inspiratory positive airway pressure, or IPAP, and an expiratory positive airway pressure, or EPAP The difference between these two pressure levels is commonly referred to as the pressure support.