90%

90% remain undiagnosed and untreated for OSA

90%

90% remain undiagnosed and untreated for OSA

85%

85% with congestive heart failure suffer from OSA

85%

85% of people with congestive heart failure suffer from OSA

20%

20% of crash injuries associated with driver sleepiness

20%

20% of all serious car crash injuries are associated with driver sleepiness

60 - 80%

60 - 80% of obese people have sleep disordered breathing

60 - 80%

60 – 80% of obese people have sleep disordered breathing

OSA is a growing clinical problem. Identifying and managing obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) not only improves respiratory health, but is increasingly known to impact a broad array of other serious health issues.

CleveMed provides healthcare providers the ability to conduct home sleep tests for their patients with support from registered polysomnographic technicians (RPSGTs) and board-certified sleep physicians.

Your practice can now diagnose OSA patients in their homes with SleepView® Monitor + Web Portal.

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