Publications

2011

  • “Reliability of Sleep Questionnaires in Detecting SDB in Cardiac Surgery Patients” by Nancy Collop, MD, Tracy Stierer, MD, Nancy Foldvary Schaefer, DO, Roop Kaw, MD, as presented at CHEST Conference 2011
  • “Accuracy of Automated Respiratory Scoring Algorithm Using Portable Monitoring” by Nancy Foldvary-Schaefer, DO, Roop Kaw, MD, Nancy Collop, MD, Craig Frederick, Matthew Tarler, Ph.D, Hani Kayyali, as presented at Sleep 2011 Conference
  • “Self-Administered Comprehensive Evaluation of CPAP Benefit in the Home (updated with auto scoring results),” by Paul Venizelos, MD, Siarhei Ramaniuk, Michael Papsidero, MD, Hani Kayyali, Sarah Weimer, presented at ATS 2011
  • SleepView Monitor featured in “Wireless Wonders” as seen in Medical Economics, Dec 2011

2010

  • Self-Administered Wireless Monitor for Comprehensive Evaluation of CPAP Benefit in the Home by Hani Kayyali as seen in Sleep Diagnosis & Therapy, April 2010
  • “Video PSG’s Expanding Clinical Utility” by Kristen Ziegler as seen on Advance for Respiratory Care and Sleep Medicine, February 2010

2009

  • “Merging Sleep Diagnostics with Therapy is the Way of the Future,” by Hani Kayyali as seen in Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, Nov-Dec 2009
  • “DreamPort: Portable Sleep Gateway” by Sarah Weimer as seen in Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, Sept-Oct 2009
  • “Correlation between Kinesia System Assessments and Clinical TETRAS Scores in Patients with Essential Tremor” Movement Disorder Society Congress, Paris, France, June 2009
  • “Clinically Deployable Kinesia Technology for Automated Tremor Assessment,” by Joseph P. Giuffrida, PhD, David E. Riley MD, Brian N. Maddux, MD, Dustin A. Heldman, PhD, as seen in the Movement Disorders Journal

2008

  • “Evolution and Rationale for Use of Home Testing,” by Joseph Golish as seen in Sleep Review Sleep Report, September 2008
  • “Portable Monitoring Pathways,” by Joseph Golish as seen in Respiratory Therapy, August 2008
  • “Portable Monitoring Pathways,” by Joseph Golish as seen in the Sleep Review Sleep Report, June 2008
  • “Home Sleep Testing with a Type III Portable Monitor,” by Sarah Weimer, Christian Martin, Joseph Lamont, as presented at Sleep 2008
  • “Remotely Attended PSG Study with a 22-Channel Wireless System,” by Sarah Weimer, Joseph Lamont, as presented at Sleep 2008
  • “Unique EEG Signature In Fibromyalgia Patients Tested At Home,” by Felicitas Juguilon, MD; Jesse Alex Juguilon, MD; Joseph Lamont, RPGST; Christian Martin, RPGST; Hani Kayyali, MS; Adelbert Basa, PT, as presented at Sleep 2008
  • “Remotely Attended Home Monitoring of Sleep Disorders” by Hani Kayyali as seen in TELEMEDICINE and e-HEALTH, May 2008
  • “Counting $heep,” as seen in HME Business, May 2008
  • “Future of Sleep Apnea: Continuum of Care,” by Hani Kayyali, as seen in Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, March-April 2008
  • “Upper-Extremity Stroke Therapy Task Discrimination Using Motion Sensors and Electromyography,” as seen in IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering, Vol. 16, No. 1, February 2008
  • “Growing a Medical Device Company, The Medmart, and Where we are Going with a Medical Device Industry in NE Ohio,” as presented by Robert N. Schmidt to the Cleveland Engineering Society, February 2008
  • “Home Sleep Testing Can Improve Patient Care,” by Sarah Weimer, as seen in Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, January-February 2008

2007

  • Screening Electroencephalograms in the Emergency Department, as presented at the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Scientific Assembly 2007.
  • “CleveMed’s iPSG” – by Hani Kayyali, as seen in Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, October-November 2007
  • “Analysis from Afar” as seen in Sleep Review, July/August 2007. Researchers using virtually attended testing identify sleep architecture abnormalities in REM stages of sleep in a fibromyalgia patient.
  • Evaluating the Radio Frequency Environment is Needed Before Selecting a Wireless PSG System as presented at Sleep 2007
  • “Cut the Cord: Improving Patient Care Through the Use of Wireless PSG Devices in the Hospital ” – by Prasanth Manthena, MD, as seen in Sleep Review, September 2006
  • Mobile Sleep Diagnostic Devices for Testing Around the World, as presented at PAHCE 2007
  • New Laboratories for Electrophysiology Lab Course in English and Spanish, as presented at PAHCE 2007

2006

  • Innovative Wireless Sleep Disorders Diagnosis System, as presented at Sleep 2006
  • “Wireless Polysomnography”as seen in Sleep Diagnosis and Therapy, June⁄ July 2006
  • Wireless PSG Presentation as presented at the 2006 CCF Lung Summit

2005

  • Wireless Brain Monitoring in the Emergency Department, as presented at EMBC 2005
  • Wireless Brain Monitoring in the Emergency Department, conference paper at EMBC 2005
  • Clinical Application Driven Physiology in Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Course Education, as presented at EMBC 2005
  • Clinical Application Driven Physiology in Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Course Education, conference paper at EMBC 2005
  • Designing a Low-Cost Mattress Sensor for Automated Body Position Classification, conference paper at EMBC 2005
  • A Low-Cost Mattress Sensor for Automated Body Position Classification
  • The Utility and Feasibility of 4-Channel EEG in the Emergency Department
  • Miniature Wireless Cardiac Monitor
  • ParkinSense™: A Wireless Movement Disorder Quantification System
  • Automated, Computerized System for Simultaneous Administration of MSLT/MWT in Multiple Patients

2004

  • Innovative Wireless Sleep Apnea Monitoring System
  • A Novel Neonatal Telemetry System for Sleep Monitoring
  • Neural Net Based Arrhythmia Analysis Software
  • Bridging Biomedical Basics with Practical Applications in BME Laboratory Education
  • Virtual Clinical Engineering: From Biomedical Basics to Practical Applications
  • MousePaak – A Rodent Radio for Neurological Studies

2001

  • Utilization of the BioRadio® 110 in Microgravity – “Biomechanical Evaluation of the Straight Leg Deadlift Technique in Microgravity using the Constant Force Resistive Exercise Unit (CFREU)”

2000

  • Utilization of the BioRadio® 110 in Art – “cyberPRINT: Towards an Architecture of Being – . . . interdisciplinary collaborations among Architecture, Choreography, Modern Dance, Music, Bioengineering, Medicine and Computer Science”

PRESENTATIONS

  • “Life in a Post-Automotive Cleveland, The Medical Device Industry, and Growing 21st Century Companies” as presented by Robert N. Schmidt at IRIS Show, September 15th 2009
  • “A Laboratory Course for Teaching the Peripheral Nervous System using the Students own EMG/Physiological Signals” as presented at The Society for Neuroscience 2008
  • “Wireless Sleep Devices for Insomnias, Parasomnias, and Other Sleep Disorders” as presented at The Society for Neuroscience 2008
  • A New Hands-on Laboratory Course for Teaching Neurosciences Using the Students Electrophysiology Signals – November 2007
  • “Mobile Sleep Diagnostic Devices for Testing Around the World” presented in New Delhi, India on July 13 2007
  • A New Wireless Sleep Disorders Diagnostic Device, as presented at PAHCE 2006
  • Clinical Application Driven Physiology in Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Course Education, as presented at EMBC 2005