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This section is purely for Medical and Healthcare Professionals. In this section you'll find the information relevant to your practice.

Sleep Apnea

Patients suffering from sleep apnea often feel tired, excessive daytime sleepiness, depressed and fatigued throughout the day. Sleep apnea may also aggravate the adverse effects of comorbidities. Addressing sleep apnea thus becomes more critical and if well treated it may help patients lead a better life. Despite of high prevalence and severity of OSA, this condition goes undiagnosed and untreated. Hence, the strategies are critically needed to decrease the adverse effects of OSA on comorbidities.

Types of Sleep Apnea:
  1. Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA): This is the most common condition found in majority of Sleep Apnea patients. This occurs due to one of the several causes including Upper Airway obstruction caused due to excess tissue growth or abnormality in anatomy. Effort to breathe is continued in OSA
  2. Central Sleep Apnea (CSA): This is not so common and found in a very small group of sleep apnea patients. In this case effort to breathe is also ceased along with airflow. This is largely affected due to loss of Autonomous stimulus of breathing leading to cessation of respiratory effort.
  3. Mixed Apnea: This is highly uncommon. Here both the central and obstructive element plays a role in apnea episodes.
  • Cardiovascular Diseases
    • Hypertension
    • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
    • Coronary Artery Disease
    • Atrial Fibrillation
  • Diabetes
  • Stroke
  • Obesity
  • Metabolic Syndrome
  • Depression
Patient Screening

Identifying the OSA in the patients is the crucial part of overall OSA management. We have made the whole process as simple as counting 1-2-3. For this purpose we have the screening process in place. You can also advise your patients to take self test online or record their responses in the simple form. You can download the forms here or send us your requirement and we'll arrange to send you the complete set of patient screening.

3 Questions to be asked : Yes = 1 = Positive

Do you Snore?
Do you feel tired when you wake up after sleeping
for full night?
Do you have High Blood Pressure?

Screening methods :

Epworth Sleepiness Scale (Online) (PDF)
[Score = 10 = Severe OSA]

Berlin Questionnaire (PDF)
[= 2 Categories Positive = High Risk of OSA]

A home based Polysomnogram study conducted
by Keystone.

Patient will Call Sleep Solutions on
+91 7276850801/ 9503842008

A study date will be scheduled as per the
patient's convenience.

A detailed study will be conducted and a copy of report
will be sent to you.

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