Home Sleep Testing

A home sleep test (HST) is a sleep study done at home that is used for the diagnosis of obstructive sleep apnea. Most HST devices are portable – about the size of a telephone handset. Home sleep testing is also called ‘Unattended Sleep Study’.

They usually measure the following biologic parameters:

  • Nasal and Oral Airflow – by thin wire that is taped by the nose and mouth – some sensors look like an oxygen cannula.
  • Respiratory Effort – by elastic belt bands that are placed across the chest and abdomen.
  • Oximeter Finger Probe – a small clip-like device that attaches to the finger tip and emits a red light that assists in the evaluation of oxygen levels in the blood while sleeping.

Home Sleep Testing Benefits Comfort

Your routine before bed is not interrupted so we are capturing a typical night. With just a sensor on your finger, nose and a small device on a belt around your chest, home sleep test can tell if you have sleep apnea.

Convenience


Our sleep studies are convenient. The sleep recording device is placed on the chest at the doctors office, 1998 N Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92405. You sleep at home and return to the doctors office the next day. Cost for one night test: $200.


 Sleep studies are by Medicare, Aetna, Cigna and many other insurances. This following video explains the entire home sleep testing process, from start to finish, with ApneaLink Air.

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