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At-Home Sleep Apnea
I wish to obtain a preliminary understanding of my personal risk of sleep apnea.
The sleep apnea index from the screening test is for reference only.
The test result will be available the following day.
What Do You Need To Know?
It is recommended for those who scored low risk in the STOP BANG Assessment but are still worried about sleep apnea, or those who wish to understand the effectiveness of sleep apnea treatment options (such as Oral Appliance Therapy).
This test cannot be used as a medical diagnose of sleep apnea, but it can provide you and your doctor regarding assessing your risk of sleep apnea so further diagnosis and treatment plans can be made.
You will get a test machine with simple instructions, and then you will be doing the test at home for a night.
This test cannot substitute a doctor’s professional consultation.
What Equipment You Need To Wear?
① Sleep Monitor
② Pulse Oximeter
③ Breath Sensor
What Information You Will Receive?
Blood Oxygen Level (SpO2)
% of SpO2 < 90%
Oxygen Desaturation Index (ODI)
AHI (Reference Value)
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.
If the AHI is 5 times or more; or less than 5 times but there are other health risks
The total score of the Epworth Sleepiness Scale (ESS) is 10 or above