Cleveland Medical Devices Inc. SleepView™ diagnostic systems and/or services, their use and/or applications are covered by one or more of the following U.S. Patents:

7,942,824 | 9,202,008 | 10,028,698 | 10,478,118 | 8,172,766 | 9,533,114 | 10,076,269 | 10,543,328 | 8,545,416 | 9,730,632 | 10,426,399 | 10,925,535 | 11064937 | 11202603

Each of the above products or services may be further covered by other pending or issued U.S. and foreign patents and applications. This page and the list of products and associated patents is intended to serve as notice under 35 U.S.C. § 287(a).

No license is granted any of the above applications for use or application of SleepView™ products or services when used or applied for use other than for home sleep testing for sleep diagnosis without an express written license for such use with Cleveland Medical Devices Inc. By using and/or opening any of Cleveland Medical Device Inc.’s products or services, you agree to these terms and conditions, and acknowledge you will seek express, written permission from Cleveland Medical Devices Inc. to use its products or services for such excluded uses or applications outside the above limited license.

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US Patent No. 9,533,114

Integrated diagnostic and therapeutic system and method for improving treatment of subject with complex and central sleep apnea US Patent No. 9,533,114 The present invention relates to an integrated

November 2016

December 2015

Method and device for sleep analysis

Method and Device for Sleep Analysis US Patent No. 9,202,008 The various embodiments of the method of the present invention include a method to improving or expanding the capacity

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Sleep diagnostic device

U.S. Patent No. D663430 CLAIM The ornamental design for a sleep diagnostic device, as shown and described.

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