Intelligent Interactive Monitoring
Night Shift™ uses vibrotactile feedback to discourage supine sleep and treat mild to moderate sleep apnea. Supine feedback is initiated only after the patient falls asleep; the frequency and intensity of feedback adapts to meet the requirements of each user.
Web-based reports provide compliance information associated with changes in sleep position efficiency and snoring.
The low-profile enclosure and quick-release magnetic buckle enclosed in a soft silicone neck strap provides a comfortable, safe and secure fit.
NOTICE: Night Shift is CE marked but is not yet available for sale in the USA, FDA clearance pending
- Key features:
- Three-night trial provides detailed reporting for a baseline and two-nights with feedback
- Within-and across-month compliance reports present:
- Utilization patterns
- Outcomes associated with the frequency and intensity of delivered feedback
- Actigraphy-based sleep time and efficiency
- Quantified snoring levels
Reference Center (Click on titles to access PDFs)
Efficacy of Positional Therapy: 1. The Undervalued Potential of Position Therapy in Position-Dependent Snoring and OSA 2. Poor Long-term Compliance with the Tennis Ball Technique for Treating Positional OSA Vibro-Tactile Positional Therapy: 3. Evaluation of a New Simple Treatment for Positional Sleep Apnea Patients 4. Accurate Position Monitoring and Improved Supine-Dependent OSA 5. Sleep Position Trainer: a New Treatment for Positional OSA Position Therapy Vs. CPAP: 6. Comparison of Positional Therapy to CPAP in Patients with Positional OSA 7. Positional Treatment vs. CPAP in Patients with Positional OSA 8. Efficacy of the ‘Tennis Ball Technique’ vs. CPAP in the Management of Position-Dependent OSA Positional Influence on Surgical Interventions: 9. Exploration of the Relationship between Sleep Position and Tongue Base or Multilevel Surgery 10. Effect of UPPP on Positional Dependency in OSA Influence of Position on Comorbidities: 11. Effect of Posture on Cheyne-Stokes Respiration and Hemodynamics on Heart Failure Patients 12. Impact of Sleep Position on Central Sleep Apnea in Patients with Heart Failure 13. High Prevalence of Supine Sleep in Ischemic Stroke Patients