New Product Technology

Night Shift Positional OSA
SLP EZTalk

CPAP

SLP EZTalk CPAP Accessory

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SLP’s EZTalk  fits between the CPAP mask and hose, giving CPAP users an easy way to momentarily stop the flow of air to talk, cough, or take a sip of water, without the inconvenience of removing the entire mask.

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InspireStimulation
SleepProductGuide

CPAP

2014 Sleep Product Guide Now Available

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The 2014 Product Guide, an annual issue of product specifications and comparisons, published by Sleep Review, is now available. Read the digital edition, which includes bonus product listings not included in the print version, online.

Clinical

Implant Helps Patients with Central Sleep Apnea in Study

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A small implant being studied for the treatment of central sleep apnea is showing significant promise, according to a study. Cardiovascular researchers tested the transvenous phrenic nerve stimulator made by Respicardia Inc.

Z1SmallCPAP

CPAP

Z1: The World’s Smallest CPAP?

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The Z1 is a CPAP that fits in the palm of your hand and weighs only 10 ounces. It delivers at least 8 hours of continuous positive airway pressure without external power.

SpeakEasy
DrowsyDrivingTechnology
AASMKidSleepApp

New Product Technology

AASM Children’s Sleep Education Apps

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Perfect for your waiting room or to recommend to parents, two new kid-friendly apps recently debuted on the App Store, Google Play, and Amazon markets. AASM developed these mobile solutions to help children learn about the importance of sleep.

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Mobile Devices
NSF Breathing Anatomical model

Business

Sleep960 Releases SleepScreener 3.0

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The third release contains enhancements that will allow medical practices using the application to better customize it to their needs and to link with other sleep related providers.

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Clinical

Data on Winx Sleep Therapy System Positive

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Results from the ATLAST clinical trial of the Winx Sleep Therapy System showed significant improvements in both apnea-hypopnea index (AHI) and oxygen desaturation index (ODI) on the first night of treatment and following 28 days of Winx usage.