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Do you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Treatment is for life and we are here for you.

Do you have Obstructive Sleep Apnea?

Diagnosis

The Home Sleep Apnea Test (HSAT) is performed with user-friendly equipment. Once our Sleep Clinician provides a brief orientation, the HSAT is carried out by the patient in the comfort of their home during a normal night’s sleep. It provides a recording for review by a Independent Interpreting Sleep Physician who will then determine if the patient has OSA, how severe it is, and how low one’s oxygen levels fall during sleep. The results are provided to your Family Physician for review and determination of next steps.

More Details

A home Sleep Apnea Test (HSAT) may be required:

  • If you have unexplained daytime fatigue, even after adequate time in bed.
  • If you snore loudly.
  • If your partner has observed you stop breathing during sleep or you have woken up choking or gasping for air.
  • If you have diabetes, unexplained morning headaches, or have ever had high blood pressure or high cholesterol.
  • If you have a large neck circumference (more than 17 inches) and/or suffer from obesity.
  • If you operate equipment and struggle with fatigue.

Treatment

Should a patient be initiated on CPAP therapy, our Sleep Clinicians will be there to provide all the initial setup and training as well as ongoing support and compliance monitoring.  Our goal is to ensure our patients transition to a fully beneficial CPAP-assisted sleep that is comfortable in order to achieve the best possible therapy outcomes. Our Sleep Clinicians and Independent Interpreting Sleep Physicians have extensive training and industry specific credentials.  Aveiro Sleep is dedicated to meeting and exceeding all health standards in the industry.

Long Term Care

After our patients CPAP therapy has commenced, we continue to provide long term care and continuous patient engagement. This involves our Sleep Clinicians providing reminder follow-ups, equipment adjustments, any troubleshooting of your CPAP device, any re-supply needs as well as any other sleep information that can be provided.  We actively work with our sleep partners who we can call on for specialized consulting when required.  All of our services and treatments are patient-centered.

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