Available methods for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea/hyponea require multiple sensors to be placed on the patients’ face, particularly an invasive nasal cannula, therefore disturb the patients’ sleep and alter the diagnosis.
To circumvent these issues, we offer a simple and contactless diagnosis-monitoring method and device that are based on sensors of both the oral and nasal respiratory flows and do not hamper the patients moves during sleep.
• Transportable prototype
• Tested under real-life conditions
• Available for demos
Diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea and hypopnea (adults and children)