ApneaTrak At-Home Sleep Test Devices

Integrate home sleep monitoring in your sleep lab

ApneaTrak home sleep apnea testing (HSAT) meets clinical needs for unattended Type 3 sleep studies.

For optimal patient comfort, the recorder weighs only 0.3 lbs (143.5 g) and features a patient event button.

Customize your home sleep study

Two models help diagnose sleep apnea and test the efficacy of treatment. ApneaTrak Core contains all required channels to record a Type 3 study. ApneaTrak Legacy also qualifies as a Type 3 recorder and also adds an additional effort belt and thermistor as recommended by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine as best practice. It also includes an input for an independent snore sensor.

Non-proprietary connectors let you use the accessories you and your patients prefer for effort belts, airflow cannulae, thermistor sensors, snore sensors, and oximeters.

Simplify your sleep study

ApneaTrak offers efficient workflow. A single connection downloads data to the software for easy scoring and review, charges the ApneaTrak, and readies it for the next patient. Reviewing PSG and HSAT studies on one integrated software platform provides efficiency in training and ongoing use. Built-in, rechargeable batteries help reduce the costs of battery replacement and enable recording of up to 24 hours of data over three nights on a single charge.

User and patient instruction videos and manuals help you seamlessly integrate ApneaTrak into your practice.

ApneaTrak home sleep testing devices are powerful tools for the diagnosis and treatment of sleep apnea.

ApneaTrak home sleep apnea testing device

ApneaTrak Core for Type 3 Sleep Studies

  • Nasal pressure/snore
  • Oximetry
  • Body position
  • RIP/PVDF thoracic efffort
ApneaTrak Legacy Home Sleep Apnea Testing Device

ApneaTrak Legacy for Type 3 Sleep Studies with AASM Best Practice Channels

  • Nasal pressure/snore
  • Oximetry
  • Body position
  • RIP/PVDF thoracic efffort
  • RIP/PVDF abdominal effort
  • Thermistor
  • Snore microphone