The SleepMapper mobile app can communicate with your System One device and provide you with the personalized feedback you need to take an active role in your sleep apnea therapy. SleepMapper will allow you to:
• Receive feedback on your treatment and therapy results
• Monitor the progress of custom goals you set for yourself
• View equipment guides and educational videos about sleep apnea
• Troubleshoot issues to common problems
• Customize coaching tools that may be unlocked to help encourage you to stick with your therapy
Life with sleep therapy requires true behavioral change, but don’t worry — you can do it. SleepMapper is here to help you reinforce your commitment to change behavior and help encourage you to stick with your therapy.
These are common symptoms of sleep apnoea, which if left untreated can contribute to serious cardiovascular illnesses, as well as sexual dysfunction, diabetes and obesity. The Sleeping Disorders Centre provides rapid assessments for sleep apnoea and other sleep disorders, and a full range of treatments and ENT services.
This app provides information about sleep apnoea and the treatment options available at the Sleeping Disorders Centre located at Harley Street in London. Take the STOP-BANG test to find out if you have a high risk of suffering from sleep apnoea and learn more about the condition. Get the latest news and research about sleep apnoea and watch informative videos about the condition and how Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) treatment can transform the lives of sufferers.
Sleeping Disorders Centre founder, Consultant ENT surgeon Michael Oko, is an internationally recognised expert on sleep apnoea. He is an advisor to the UK Government on a national strategy to tackle the rising prevalence of sleep apnoea in the UK. He has appeared as an expert on the BBC programme Goodnight Britain, and speaks at conferences around the world to promote understanding and awareness of sleep apnoea. Michael founded the Sleeping Disorders Centre in 2006 and now runs 3 clinics in the UK.
Our goal is to make available professional advice to customers who would like to talk to someone who understands CPAP therapy and can offer practical solutions that work. Our sleep therapists listens attentively to what you have to say and give you their best suggestions and advice. During a therapy session, you are encouraged to choose the focus of the conversation, and we'll guide you through the discussions that follow.
Download this app to:
- Locate our centre and learn about opening hours
- Understand the different kind of services that we offer to assist with CPAP therapy
- Now you can book/change/cancel appointments with qualified CPAP experts at your own convenience
- Get to know the available appointment schedule
- Re-ordering of CPAP supplies can be done via the app
- “live” video consultation is available so long as there is a smart mobile device with good internet connection
- App is available for download for iPhone and Android phones
The comprehensive family guide was prepared in collaboration of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy, TREAT-NMD and the United Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy. The guide is available printed as well as online (http://en.care-nmd.eu/international/family-guide). It was implemented as application for smartphones and tablets at the Center for Medical Biometry and Medical Informatics of the Medical Center – University of Freiburg (Germany). New interactive functions to store medication and examination results are available to you also, as well as a reminder option for the regular examinations.
We hope that individuals with Duchenne and their families can use this guide in collaboration with their care providers to discuss their own specific care needs. This guide is available in English and German, other languages are planned.
This is the free Lite version of "Interactive CT and MRI Anatomy".
The function is restricted.
You can only see the transverse CT images of the head.
Please check the operation before purchasing the full version.
★ Details ★
This application is developed for medical students, interns, residents, doctors, nurses, and radiology technicians to understand the essential anatomical terms of the body.
You can learn anatomy by answering the terms by step-to-step questions using a total of 241 CT and MRI images.
A total of 17 images of 3D-CT, MRA and plain X-ray film(particularly the extremities) are included as references.
Other reference images include coronary artery segments defined by the American Heart Association(AHA), pulmonary segments, and liver segments(according to Couinaud classification).
You can enlarge all the images by simple manipulation.
★ Major functions ★
There are 4 major functions.
-1) Anatomical mode
Anatomical terms are overlaid on the images.
It can be used as the anatomical atlas.
-2) Quiz mode type 1
You select the part of the image by using anatomical term.
Questions will basically appear randomly.
-3) Quiz mode type 2
You select the anatomical term by the part of the image.
Questions will basically appear randomly.
You can find the specific images by using anatomical terms.
★ Intended users ★
-Interns and residents
-All those who are intrested in CT and MRI anatomy
★ Images(a total of 258 images) ★
Images basically include horizontal, coronal, and sagital planes.
-Head(36 images including CTA and 3D-CT)
-Spine(19 images including plain X-ray films)
-Chest(61 images including 3D-CT images)
-Abdomen (37 images)
-Pelves: male (9 images)
-Pelvis: female (11 images)
-Extremities (shoulder, hand, elbow, hip joint, knee, foot) (61 images including plain X-ray films)
Toshiaki Nitori, M.D. (Professor of Radiology, Kyorin University, School of Medicine)
Yasuo Sasaki, M.D. (Manager of diagnostic radiology, Iwate Prefectural Central Hospital)
"SleepAPPnea ®" monitors the patient's sleep through the night and records all the relevant sleep-related parameters.
The next morning the patient is asked a few questions and for his/her permission to send to the session data to his sleep therapist.
The therapist runs a Remote SAM (Sleep Advisory Monitor) on the data. This software that was especially developed by us allows the dentist / doctor to assess the severity of a possible breathing -related sleep disorder.
In addition the recording the beathing noises, "sleepAPPnea ®" can capture some of the following:
- Chest movement
- Body Position
- Oxygen saturation
- Compliance data (wear duration of an intraoral mandibular advancement device )
As a physician, you will find that "Remote SAM ®" is a very useful diagnostic tool. It will help you:
- Assess the need for additional diagnostic procedures (such as polygraphy ) better.
- Identify the adequate titration of an intraoral mandibular advancement device early.
- Document the success of your CPAP treatment ( follow-up ) without further diagnostic measures .
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