“One in Three Singaporeans are Diagnosed With Moderate to Severe Sleep Apnea” as published in a study conducted by Jurong Health Services.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a serious sleep disorder in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts involuntarily during sleep. As insufficient air is flowing in, oxygen starts to diminish in the lung and cells. Repeated interruption during sleep, in the long run, may cause oxygen starvation which may subsequently lead to daytime fatigue, depression, frequent headaches, mood, and memory problems.
Frequent bathroom trips
Falling asleep uncontrollably
Choking for air during sleep
Long persistent snoring
Screening for obstructive sleep apnea can be done via questionnaires that ask about symptoms. If the questionnaire answers suggest obstructive sleep apnea, a formal sleep study can be done as a diagnostic test.
Polysomnography is the diagnostic standard to determine if patient has OSA. This test is conducted overnight at the sleep center (Level 1), hospital (Level 1) or at home (Level 2 or Level 3). Depending on level, Polysomnography monitors patient's sleep cycles and stages to identify any disturbances caused by OSA. Patient is connected to a variety of equipment to help monitor things like Brain activity, Breathing activity and Muscle activity.
We provide white label platform to Sleep Specialists including ENT and Respiratory Specialists and Dentists, to help them remotely screen and diagnose OSA and then offer teleconsultation and therapy to patients and monitor them.
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