Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Treatment Efficacy Test
Quick Facts of Sleep Apnea
Untreated Sleep Apnea
may raise the risk of dying
from Heart Disease
by 2 times
Effectiveness of the CPAP
in improving different
levels of Sleep Apnea is
Patient with Mild to
Moderate Sleep Apnea
may try Oral Appliance
Patient with "Positional Sleep Apnea"
can sleep on the side as a complementary therapy
I want to know what other suitable treatment options besides a CPAP.
I would like to know whether Oral Appliance Therapy or Positional Therapy I am receiving is effective.
Compare the therapy data of different treatment options.
What Do You Need To Know?
Recommended for those who cannot tolerate CPAP therapy for treatment, but are concerned about their health and are seeking alternative options for sleep apnea treatments. The test results can help you or your doctor determine which treatment option is most effective in improving your sleep apnea.
You will get a test machine with simple instructions, and then you will be doing the test at home for 2-3 nights.
This test cannot substitute a doctor’s professional consultation.
What Equipment Do You Need To Wear?
① Sleep Monitor
② Pulse Oximeter
What Information You Will Receive?
Blood Oxygen Level (SpO2)
Sleep Efficiency (%)
> 50dB Loud Snoring (%)
Oxygen Desaturation Index (ODI)
Chart of Snoring in Different Sleep Positions
Complimentary analysis of report over the phone
What Should I Do?
Testing is the first step in receiving treatment and staying healthy. Please consult your doctor before making any medical decision.
Which treatment improves your blood oxygen levels more?
Which treatment is better at relieving the obstruction in the airway?
Visit a Doctor
Compare the effectiveness of different treatment options
Discuss your sleep quality and your compliance with various treatment options
SleepKinwood for the test?
Since 2001, we have provided professional medical services to more than 10,000 Hong Kong people suffering from sleep disorders.
For 25 years, we have been well trusted by
Hong Kong hospital departments of sleep,
ENT, spine and intensive care units (ICU).