What’s Obstructive Sleep Apnea anyway?

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the most common of Sleep Disordered Breathing
and occurs when a patient’s upper airway closes during sleep (either partially or fully) while attempting to breathe. Click the video below (with permission of ResMed)-

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OSA and
Co-morbidities

40%

Patients with Hypertension
have OSA

80%

Patients with Drug resistant
Hypertension have OSA

75%

Patients with Congestive Heart Failure and Stroke have SDB

Sleep Risk Test

Take our Sleep Risk Test and then (if necessary) our proprietary, clinically-validated screener which assesses OSA risk and severity with over 90% accuracy

Why is treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea so important?

Severe OSA patients have significantly higher incidents of death &
cardiovascular fatal events Vs patients treated with CPAP

No treatment
Treating OSA

Why choose SleepMed?

We’re the largest private sleep diagnostics provider in the nation. Our hospital-based, physician-based and freestanding care sites have been helping American’s sleep better since 1999.

High-tech sleep testing at the comfort of your home

ARES™ was designed to be used from the comfort of home, in order to capture the most accurate information about a patient’s actual sleeping patterns. ARES™ is worn on the forehead and accommodates all sleep positions.

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