Wireless Sleep Disorder Monitoring System
1 R43 NS33840-01,
We will develop a wireless link that will be suitable for sleep studies. Data from sensors and moniwill be telemetered from a compact unit held to the top of the patient's head with a chin strap. Thewireless link is in response to frequent complaints of sleep study patients that they are bothered brestrict movement and are uncomfortable. During Phase I the feasibility of the wireless approach wilbreadboarded device. The procedures will be validated in studies of patients in which multiple channbe compared with data obtained simultaneously using conventional wire connections. The goal during Pdevelop kits that would allow clinics using some of the popular brands of sleep disorder equipment twireless operation.
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Principal Investigator:Todd Tanji
Advanced Medical Electronics
7124 Arrowwood Lane Maple Grove, MN 55369
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