Sleep Medicine

Somnolter

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SOMNOLTER : Portable Sleep Monitor Associating Simplicity, Comfort et Clinically Demonstrated Efficiency.

<span class="orange">SOMNOLTER</span> is an ambulatory sleep recorder intended for the diagnosis of Sleep Apnea Syndrome (SAS). It can also be used to assess the effectiveness of the administered treatment.

In addition to other signals traditionally recorded during ambulatory sleep monitoring, <span class="gras">the device records mandibular movements</span>.

Mandibular movements form an excellent marker of respiratory effort and arousal during sleep. Respiratory effort is an extremely important parameter in the diagnosis of Sleep-Disordered Breathing, but it has rarely been measured during home sleep studies due to previously unsuitable sensors.


<span class="gras"> Recorded signals </span>: mandibular movement, airflow, body position, oxygen saturation, pulse rate, Plethysmographic pulse waveform, respiratory motions (thoracic, abdominal inductive bands and sum).

Automatic discrimination between wake and sleep, detection of arousals, and measurement of the mouth opening are other indisputable assets provided by the mandibular sensor technology.

Brizzy

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A new paradigm for the screening of sleep apnea

<span class="orange">BRIZzY</span> is a portable sleep monitor that provides great simplicity and efficiency in the screening of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) Syndrome. Ease of manipulation and operation by the patients themselves make the device perfectly suited for home sleep testing.

<span class="orange">BRIZzY</span> is intended for clinicians who want to rapidly and accurately locate their patients <span class="gras">on a continuum of sleep-related respiratory disorders </span>ranging from primary snoring, to upper airway resistance syndrome (UARS),through to mild, moderate, and severe forms of sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome.

<span class="gras"> Recorded signals </span> : mandibular movement, body position and (in option) oxygen saturation and pulse rate.

Just 3 minutes for a full analysis and reporting ...