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    The mask-free treatment for positional obstructive sleep apnea
    Philips NightBalance
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    NightBalance Lunoa product

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    30-day money back guarantee
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    Not sure what your insurance covers?  Let us help!

     

    Simply contact 1.800.Respirtech (1-800-737-7478) and their team of insurance experts can contact your insurance provider to determine if your insurance would provide coverage for the NightBalance Lunoa, a device to treat positional obstructive sleep apnea.  From there, you can decide on next steps in your journey to healthy sleep.

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      Struggling to get a good night’s sleep can be frustrating and can leave you feeling less than your best.

      The answer may lie in changing your sleep position.

       

      If you've already been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and are struggling with traditional therapy, talk to your doctor. He or she may recommend a sleep study to find out if you have a type of OSA called positional OSA.

       

      With positional OSA, most symptoms, like interrupted breathing, occur when you sleep on your back. Now, there is a mask-free treatment that uses gentle vibrations, prompting you to shift to your side so you can get the rest you need.

      When you sleep on your back

      When you sleep on your back, your airway may be blocked, which can disrupt breathing.

      When you sleep on your side

      When you sleep on your side, your airway is clear, which allows for easy breathing.

      We’re on your side with a mask-free sleep apnea therapy

       

      NightBalance is a compact, easy-to-use, mask-free treatment for positional OSA. The palm-sized device is worn comfortably across your chest in a soft, adjustable strap.

       

      NightBalance delivers gentle vibrations that prompt you to shift to your side without disturbing your sleep. It automatically adjusts the intensity of vibrations to provide the therapy you need.

      NightBalance is:

       

      • reported to be more comfortable to wear than CPAP1
      • easy to adjust to thanks to an adaptation program
      • designed to go anywhere with a convenient travel case
      • mobile friendly with an easy-to-use app that tracks your progress
      • discreet to wear
      Real results

      Real results

       

      More than 70% of people using NightBalance reported a long-term improvement in the three most reported positional OSA symptoms, including:2

       

      • nonrefreshing sleep
      • fatigue
      • episodes of breathing cessations, gasping and/or choking during the night
      NightBalance device in chest strap

      Learn more about positional OSA and NightBalance

      NightBalance:
      a closer look

      NightBalance: a closer look

      Travel case

      Travel case

      Protective case for convenient traveling

      Chest strap

      Chest strap

      Soft, adjustable chest strap has a pocket for the device

      Sensor device

      Sensor device

      Small, lightweight sensor allows for easy data  access

      Docking station

      Docking station

      Compact docking station for charging fits on a night table

      Positional OSA is more common than you might realize

       

      Positional OSA is different than OSA. With positional OSA, most symptoms, like interrupted breathing, occur when you sleep on your back.

       

      • Positional OSA occurs in nearly half of all people with OSA.3
      • If you have positional OSA, sleeping on your side can help.
      • Positional OSA can be diagnosed with a sleep study.

                 

      If your sleep study reveals you have positional OSA, talk to your doctor about NightBalance.

      Positional OSA is more common than you might realize

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      NightBalance resources

      Getting started
      Getting started
      Getting to sleep
      Getting to sleep
      Cleaning and care
      Cleaning and care
      Getting the most out of your device
      Getting the most out of your device

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      For additional questions, please contact customer service at 1-800-345-6443

      Adjust to your therapy

      NightBalance uses an Adaptation Program to let you gradually adjust to POSA therapy.

      For the first 2 nights, the device monitors your sleeping behavior with no therapy.
      During nights 3-9, vibrations are gradually introduced over time to allow you to acclimate to the new POSA therapy.
      On day 10 and forward, full treatment is delivered when therapy is needed – reducing the time spent sleeping on your back.5
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      Nightly use

      Illustration showing sitting with NightBalance Lunoa
      Patient can fall asleep in any position. After 15 minutes, the device activates and begins monitoring.
      Illustration showing patient on their back.
      NightBalance detects when the patient is on their back. It prompts the patient to move off their back without disturbing their sleep.
      Illustration showing patient on their side.
      Vibrations will stop when patient is on their side.

      Medical advisory board

       

      NightBalance is supported by an our medical advisory board, comprised of distinguished world renowned scientists and clinicians.

      Prof. Dr. Nico de Vries

      Prof. Dr. Nico de Vries

       

      • Head of ENT department, Sint Lucas Andreas Hospital Amsterdam
      • Guest professor at the University of Antwerp
      • Author of more than 200 publications
      • Cooperates with Inspire Medical Systems, Philips Healthcare, Olympus and ReVent Medical
      David P. White, MD

      David P. White, MD

       

      • Professor of sleep medicine at Harvard Medical School
      • Senior physician, Division of Sleep Medicine, Department of Medicine, at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
      • Author of more than 180 publications and numerous book chapters, previous editor-in-chief of SLEEP
      • Chief Scientific Officer at Philips Healthcare
      Dr. Raphael Heinzer

      Dr. Raphael Heinzer

       

      • Senior physician and co-director, University Hospital of Lausanne
      • Medical Director of the Centre for Investigation and Research in Sleep
      • Author of more than 50 publications
      • Member of the Board of the Swiss Society for Sleep Research
      Jean-Louis Pepin, MD, PhD

      Jean-Louis Pepin, MD, PhD

       

      • Pulmonologist at University Hospital of Grenoble
      • Author of more than 250 publications
      • Former President of the French Sleep Research and Medicine Society
      • Involved in several European and American Thoracic Society task forces
      Prof. Dr. Winfried Randerath, MD

      Prof. Dr. Winfried Randerath, MD

       

      • Head Physician Clinic of Clinic of Pneumology and Allergology Center for Sleep Medicine and Respiratory Care, Bethanien Hospital, Solingen, Germany
      • Director Institute of Pneumology at the University of Cologne
      • Author of more than 180 publications
      • Secretary General of the German Respiratory Society (DGP)

      Backed by clinical evidence

      NightBalance is supported by years of clinical studies in patients with positional OSA.

      Berry, R. et al, NightBalance Sleep Position Trainer Device Versus Auto-Adjusting Positive Airway Pressure for treatment of Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea

       

      Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine, Vol. 5, No.7, 947-956

      Van Maanen et al, The sleep position trainer: a new treatment for positional obstructive sleep apnoea

       

      Sleep and Breathing (2013) 17:771–779

      Van Maanen & de Vries, Long-Term Effectiveness and Compliance of Positional Therapy with the Sleep Position Trainer


      SLEEP 2014; Vol. 37, No. 7

      Eijsvogel etal, Sleep Position Trainer versus Tennis Ball Technique


      Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine 2015; Vol. 11, No. 2

      Dieljtens, A promising concept of combination therapy for positional obstructive sleep apnea


      Sleep Breath 2015; 19:637–644

      Benoist, Positional therapy in patients with residual positional obstructive sleep apnea after upper airway surgery


      Sleep Breath 2016

      Benoist, A randomized, controlled trial of positional therapy versus oral appliance therapy


      Sleep Medicine 2017; 34:109e117

      De Ruiter, Durability of treatment effects of the SPT versus oral appliance therapy in positional OSA: 12-month follow-up


      Sleep Breath 2017

      Laub, A Sleep Position Trainer for positional sleep apnea: a randomized, controlled trial


      Journal of Sleep Research 2017

      Frequently asked questions

      What is the intended use of the product?
      NightBalance is intended as a therapy for mild to moderate Positional Obstructive Sleep Apnea (POSA) in adults with a non-supine AHI<10. NightBalance is intended to be used by patients during sleep in their home environment without the need for instructions from a physician.
      Do I need a prescription to get a NightBalance?
      Yes, the NightBalance is prescription use only.
      Can I get out of bed at night?
      Yes, if you need to get out of bed during the night, you can pause the device.  Pause mode can be activated if you get up during the night, or if you turn the Device pocket of the Chest Strap vertical for a second. In pause mode, the Sensor Device will not give vibrations for 5 minutes.
      How big is the NightBalance device?
      The NightBalance Sensor Device is 6.9 x 4.5 x 1.4 cm (2.7 x 1.8 x 0.6 inches) and weighs just 30 grams (1.1 oz.).
      What is the warranty for the NightBalance?

      NightBalance B.V. provides a two-year warranty on the Sensor Device and Docking Station. NightBalance or the reseller will repair or replace the device(s) due to faulty materials or operation during the warranty period. Proof of damage must be provided along with the original purchase receipt must be provided to begin any repairs or replacement. This warranty will take precedence over any other local warranties that may apply, as permitted under applicable law.

       

      This warranty will not cover:

      • Any components that are subject to normal wear and tear. This includes the Chest Strap and Sensor Device batteries.
      • Any damage or malfunction due to incorrect use, unauthorized alterations or repairs to the device, or not storing he device as outlined in the Instructions for Use
      Is there any maintenance that needs to be done to my device?

      a. The sensor device and docking station do not contain any parts that can be serviced

      b. After the in-use life of NightBalance components has expired, replace the component with a new one.

      How do I charge my Sensor device?

      Charging the Sensor Device:

      Place the sensor device on the docking station and ensure the docking station has power.
       

      It is recommended that you charge the Sensor Device every morning after use. Getting in the habit of charging the Sensor Device every day will ensure that the Sensor Device has enough battery level for next use.

      How do I clean my device and accessories?

      Cleaning your Chest Strap, Sensor Device, and Docking Station:

       

      The Chest Strap can be washed in a washing machine on a regular basis (e.g. once every week or when visibly soiled) with a mild detergent not containing chlorine (bleach) or fabric softener. After washing, let the strap dry by air. DO NOT place the Sensor Device in a wet Chest Strap. DO NOT dry the strap in a dryer. DO NOT iron the Chest Strap.

      It is the user’s responsibility to keep NightBalance equipment dust free. Before cleaning, turn the Sensor Device OFF and unplug the Power Adapter from the Docking Station and the wall outlet. Clean the Sensor Device and Docking Station with a dampened cloth with water or mild cleaning solution (e.g. standard detergent)if they are visibly dirty. DO NOT use bleach or other aggressive cleaning solutions.  Ensure that moisture does not penetrate the openings.

       

      What is the adaptation program?

      The adaptation program of NightBalance is designed to slowly train you to respond to the Sensor Device’s vibrations during sleep. You need to use NightBalance for nine nights before the device will provide full position therapy.

      1) Analysis phase

      No vibrations are given during the first two nights of the therapy. NightBalance gathers baseline data on your sleep patterns during night 1 and 2. This data is used to tailor the therapy to your individual sleeping behavior later on.

      2) Build-up phase

      NightBalance starts to deliver vibrations during night 3 to 9. The vibrations will build up gradually when laying on your back, allowing you to get used to therapy. It is recommended to use NightBalance every night, or as agreed with your physician for best therapy results.

      Does the device clear itself of data after data upload?
      Data transferred to the mobile app and portal is (automatically) removed from the Sensor Device memory.
      What are the steps to install the mobile app and register?

      1. Download the Philips NightBalance App on your smartphone from the Play Store (for Android) or App Store (for iPhone).

      2. Open the Philips NightBalance App. Select and confirm your region (Europe).

      3. Next, choose “Create new account” and follow the instructions in the app. Complete the registration process by activating your account with the link in your email.

      How do I pair my sensor device?

      1. Login to the Philips NightBalance app after activating your account. Follow the instructions in the app to complete your account.

      2. Once indicated by the app, activate the pairing mode by switching the Sensor Device ON while pressing one of the navigation buttons. Pairing ensures a secure connection between your Sensor Device and your smartphone and is to be performed once.

      ⚠⚠ Only activate the pairing mode of the Sensor Device on first use.

      How can I get support for my NightBalance Lunoa or NightBalance SPT?

      For NightBalance Lunoa: 
      If you are using a NightBalance Lunoa device, you can access the portal at https://us.mylunoa.com/p/login

       

      For NightBalance SPT: 
      If you are using a NightBalance SPT device, you can access the portal at  https://portal.nightbalance.com

       

      For any other questions you might have for either device, please contact customer service at 1-800-345-6443.

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      1. Berry, R. et al, NightBalance sleep position treatment device versus auto-adjusting positive airway pressure for treatment of positional obstructive sleep apnea, J Clin Sleep Medicine,2019 ,Vol. 5, No.7, 947-956

      2. NightBalance OSA Symptoms survey: Reimbursement Dossier Netherlands.

      3. Heinzer, R. et al, Prevalence and Characteristics of Positional Sleep Apnea in the HypnoLaus Population-based cohort, Sleep Medicine 2018; 48:157-162.

      4. Cartwright criteria, Effect of Sleep Position on Sleep Apnea Severity, R. Cartwright, 1984.

      5. de Ruiter, M. et al, Durability of treatment effects of the sleep position trainer versus oral appliance therapy in positional OSA: a 12-month follow-up of a randomized controlled trial, Sleep and Breathing 201822:441-450.  

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