I would insure that whoever you choose has a superior understanding of the current standards of the scoring of pediatric sleep and will review the raw data.
I would question whether some of these patients presented here actually have "central sleep apnea" (big deal) or just a few "central apneas" (not necessarily a big deal, and often totally benign).
For instance, in this particular sleep study:http://apneasupport.org/viewtopic.php?p ... red#118036
I want to clarify that the sleep lab that ran this particular study and the pulmonologist that was "caring" for him, were not even close to knowing what was really going on. His pulmonologist at the time only understood central sleep apnea in conjunction with a Chiari malformation or caused by reflux, neither of which Isaac had. When we changed sleep doctors (He was nearly 3 years old and still sleeping more than 17 hours/day), we were shocked to find out that he should have been treated from when he was very young...
He did not have CCHS, which we were quite thankful for. In fact, all of his random "health" problems literally disappeared within a month of him sleeping with his c-pap at night.
The sleep study that you linked back to was inaccurate and poorly read. Turns out several families we've met in the area have had the same experience...
Just wanted to clarify...