The most common studies we perform at Z Sleep Diagnoztics are:
This electrophysiologic procedure records a variety of body functions during sleep, including electrical activity of the brain, eye movement, muscle activity, heart rate, breathing, air flow through the nose and mouth, snoring, and blood oxygen level.
Continuous Positive Airway Pressure, or CPAP, is the most effective and common treatment for OSA. CPAP blows air into your airway under gentle pressure to keep it open. A CPAP Titration is done in order to determine the amount of pressure is needed to allow the patient a healthy night's sleep.
This test is done to measure how long it takes a person to fall asleep during a series of naps taken during the day. This test is usually given to rule out narcolepsy.
This test is done to measure how well a person can stay awake during the day. Series of naps are offered to patients. Frequently this test is for truck drivers or pilots.
A Home Sleep Test is self administered by the patient at their home. The device will monitor breathing, heart rate, oxygen levels. If your home sleep test is positive it may require an in lab sleep study.