out-of-center


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off-center

1. Having an axis not along the geometric center line.
2. Not at the center point.
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The new portal is integrated with the AccuSom[R] testing device, the first and only wireless out-of-center sleep study device approved by the FDA.
said, "The addition of out-of-center testing to SSM Center for Sleep Disorders will extend their sleep specialists' reach in every market served with a highly convenient, clinically-accurate OSA testing solution that will significantly shorten the elapsed time to diagnosis.
NovaSom's Sleep Center program is unique in that it offers a clinically accurate solution that radically shortens time to diagnosis, while removing the capital expenditure and administrative burdens that often make out-of-center sleep testing impractical for centers to implement at scale.