3-D Hi-Resolution Technology Pulse Oximeter with Advanced Pattern Detection
Simple Solutions. Advanced Analysis. Oximetry Analysis and Reporting Software
The BEST Data
Stop missing patients with inadequate data.
Don't suffer from
Get patients to see the problem.
Convert them to therapy. Capture revenue.
The BEST Analytics
100 million Americans are tired. Pattern-detection reports milder events with autonomic disturbance and airway instability.
Identify OAT candidates. Identify PAP candidates. Identify specialist referrals.
Detailed .1% Signal Resolution
1-second interval measurements
Up to 20 hours use on single charge
Light-weight and impact resistant
Apnea / Upper Airway Resistance Syndrome Screening
Identify Therapy Candidates
Objective Pre vs. Post-Treatment Monitoring
Results in Minutes
Reports and data stored in the cloud
SleepSat Hi-Res technology uses high sampling rate and precise signal resolution to accurately track small changes and short-cycle fluctuations to report on enhanced SpO2 pattern detections found in subtle and complex forms of sleep-disordered breathing.
SatScreen uses high resolution oximetry data to provide
Health Care Providers with detailed reports for screening
sleep-related breathing disorders. Within minutes, you will see test results in an informative,easy to read report.
IN YOUR PRACTICE
The ADA recommends that all dentists screen for sleep apnea. Questionnaires alone don't convert patients to diagnostics or therapy. Objective nocturnal oximetry converts patients by helping them visualize their sleep-disordered breathing events. A recent study shows that utilizing SatScreen can achieve optimal OAT titration.
Many patients with sleep apnea have overlap conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, heart failure and atrial-fibrillation. Screen your patients with objective data to determine if they need a diagnostic study. There is a high incidence of sleep apnea in these populations. SleepSat can help.
Manage high-risk peri-operative and CHF patients by gathering objective ODI and RDI data. Many studies have shown that interventions can lower recidivism (CHF) and identify patients likely to have post-op complications secondary to sleep apnea.
Sleep related breathing disorders have been linked to chronic disease. Treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) improves factors related to diabetes and reduces cardiovascular risk.