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Designed to meet your needs

Our noninvasive, objective, and ambulatory clinical monitoring devices have been used by a variety of clinicians and researchers in a variety of applications. Find the device that best meets your clinical and research needs.

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Actigraphy technology can help you assess the sleep/wake patterns of a variety of patients with various sleep complaints. Actigraphy serves as a complement or adjunct to a polysomnogram or subjective paper diary. Data collected by actigraphy devices has a variety of applications in sleep medicine and sleep disorder, circadian rhythm disorder, and daytime activity research.

Actigraphy advantages:

  • Noninvasive - no wires or uncomfortable sensor attachments
  • Objective - provides an accurate representation of sleep/wake history
  • Ambulatory - real-world sleep/wake data collected during everyday living
  • Multiple-night monitoring - continuous monitoring for weeks/months
  • “Wear it and forget it” technology - improved patient compliance
  • Low daily cost - reusable devices
  • Rugged dependability - monitor with confidence

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