sleep therapy

sleep therapy

[′slēp ‚ther·ə·pē]
(medicine)
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Integrated sleep therapy system connects patients to their care team to boost long-term use of CPAP treatment
Philips' sleep therapy portfolio connects the provider and the patient at the most important points in the health continuum, from diagnosis to compliance and ongoing use and resupply.
For the supply of Non Invasive Ventilation and Sleep Therapy covering the following categories:
Elizabeth Devore, ScD, instructor in medicine in the Channing Division of Network Medicine at BWH, said that given the importance of preserving memory into later life, it is critical to identify modifiable factors, such as sleeping habits, that may help achieve this goal and their findings suggest that getting an 'average' amount of sleep, seven hours per day, may help maintain memory in later life and that clinical interventions based on sleep therapy should be examined for the prevention of cognitive impairment.
Scientists believe that people's phobias could be destroyed by a new form of sleep therapy which repeatedly exposes an individual to their darkest memories.
3B/BMC, a global leader in polysomnography, sleep diagnostics, and sleep therapy, takes great pride in bringing innovative solutions to market.
ImThera's Targeted Hypoglossal Neurostimulation Sleep Therapy combines a multi-contact electrode specifically designed to control certain muscles of the tongue with an implantable pulse generator and an external programmer.
Philips Healthcare has developed a range of products and solutions, from diagnostic tools through patient-centered sleep therapy devices, to help enhance the quality of sleep, a statement said.
One significant alternative to consider adding to your sleep lab's menu of sleep therapy services for these patients is an oral appliance.
The high margin nitche medical equipment company provides individualized services to the sleep therapy field.
Volunteers will get the chance to try one of two forms of self-help sleep therapy drawn up by Professor Michael Hyland and PhD student Adam Geraghty - and then say how well they slept by email.
But while Essien has been receiving one-to-one treatment from an Italian psychologist, it is the telephone calls from his mother, Aba - and a personal course of sleep therapy - that have helped him return to his best form.