Exceeding AASM Guidelines

Airflow
– Pressure transducer
– optional Thermal sensor

Respiratory effort
– Respiratory Inductive Plethsymography (RIP)

Blood oxygenation
– Finger pulse oximetry with fast sampling rate and high resolution
– Heart rate (oximetry based)

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Snore: Derived from airflow
Event Detection: Automatic respiratory event detection
Sleep Time: Estimate of total sleep time
Body Positions: Supine, prone, left, right and upright

SCOPER Scores

Sleep: 3*
Cardiovascular: 4
Oximetry: 1
Position: 2
Effort: 2
Respiration: 1
*(with web portal)

[The highest score on SCOPER is 1]

Clinical Studies

Sensitivity
Total Sleep Time
HST Autoscoring
Specificity
  • SleepView & Web Portal AHI: 83% Sensitivity when compared to in-lab AHI1

  • Total Sleep Time: 90% Correlation when compared to in-lab total sleep time1

  • HST Autoscoring: 91% Correlation when compared to in-lab manual scoring2

  • SleepView & Web Portal AHI: 100% Specificity when compared to in-lab AHI1

Clinical Conclusions

  • SleepView exceeds American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) guidelines for home sleep testing
  • SleepView scores high on SCOPER
  • SleepView offers high clinical benefit and improved access to patients4
  • Significant cost efficiency to payers
  • Continuum of care from providers
  • SleepView offers sleep lab methodology in the comfort of home
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1 Andrews, N. Accuracy of Total Sleep Time Calculation Using Portable Monitoring. Presented at Sleep 2012 | 2 Foldvary-Schaefer, N. Accuracy of Automated Respiratory Scoring Algorithm Using Portable Monitoring. Presented at Sleep 2011 | 3 Collop, N. Clinical Guidelines for the Use of Unattended Portable Monitors in the Diagnosis of Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Adult Patients. Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Vol. 3, No. 7, 2007 | 4 “Obstructive Sleep Apnea Devices for Out-Of- Center (OOC) Testing: Technology Evaluation” Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Volume 07 No. 05, 2011 | *Score is based on SleepView with Web Portal