Sleep Diagnostic System





Alice 6 in-lab Sleep Diagnostic Systems

Alice 6 LDx sleep diagnostic system – full-featured flexibility

Alice6LDx_150The Alice 6 LDx base station and the LDxS or LDxN head box offer a full-featured, easy-to-understand system. The LDxS head box offers 19 EEG inputs and the LDxN head box offers 32 EEG inputs. The base station works with either head box so it’s easy to have the right capability where, and when, you need it.

Alice 6 LDE sleep diagnostic system – the essentials for routine Alice6LDe_150PSGs

This sleep diagnostic system provides your busy lab with the base set of channels needed to meet AASM standards. Sleep lab owners can use the Alice 6 LDE system as a key building block for providing routine PSGs efficiently.

Alice PDx

Portable Sleep Diagnostic System For Level II & III Studies

The flexible and portable sleep testing system incorporates advpdx_lanced features required to meet today’s industry needs. It’s compact size is perfect for home sleep testing needs while providing capabilities of basic screening to advanced diagnostic evaluation. The system satisfies the portable testing requirements for levels II, III and IV. The Alice PDx enables patients to be tested outside of the lab – and in the comfort of their own home – without compromising study results, and helps clinicians avoid the costs associated with retesting.

Alice NightOne

Simplest Home Sleep Testing Solution

Alice NightOne is an easy-to-use night1home sleep testing (HST) device designed for unattended studies and to help patients get the study done error free. In fact, it is the most user friendly HST device so far.

OmniLab Advance Plus

Innovation in lab titrations with 9 therapy modes

omniLab+OmniLab Advanced + multi-mode titration system designed with you and your patients in mind, the OmniLab Advanced Plus is a full-featured, enhanced, and robust titration system. It is designed to provide options and flexibility to help your staff perform titration studies easily and efficiently, on even your most complicated patients.