A New Era of Home Sleep Apnea Testing.

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WatchPAT®️ is an innovative Home Sleep Apnea Test (HSAT) that utilizes the peripheral arterial signal (PAT®️).  It measures up to 7 channels (PAT®️ signal, heart rate, oximetry, actigraphy, body position, snoring, and chest motion) via three points of contact. Within one minute post-study, the raw data is downloaded and auto-scored identifying all types of apnea events. WatchPAT®️ provides AHI, AHIc, RDI, and ODI based upon True Sleep Time and Sleep Staging. WatchPAT®️ is clinically validated with an 89% correlation to PSG1. The PAT signal was included in the 2017 AASM Clinical Practice Guidelines as technically adequate.

Key Features

Accurate Auto Scoring

Comprehensive report is created in less than a minute

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Central Sleep Apnea

The Central PLUS Module enables specific identification of Central Sleep Apnea (CSA) and Percent of Sleep Time with Cheyne-Stokes Respiration

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Seven Channels

PAT, HR, Pulse-oximetry, Actigraphy, Body Position, Snoring, Chest Motion

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Treatment Compliance

Patient compliance with therapy can be monitored utilizing the cloud-based SleePATh system, helping to manage treatment outcomes.

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OUR NEWS
- Home Sleep Apnea Testing is evolving. How will it Look in the Near future? Read the Full Interview with Gilad Glick.

- Itamar®️ Medical and BetterNight to Join Forces Offering Referred Patients Home Based Virtual-Care Sleep Solution for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sleep Apnea

- Itamar®️ Medical Implements Broad Range of Actions in Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

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