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Level 2 Home Sleep Testing Coming Soon

Home sleep testing is now available as an alternative to a sleep laboratory visit. Portable monitoring equipment is used to assess your sleep in the comfort of your own bed. Whereas sleep laboratory studies using a minimum of 7 channels are classified as a Level 1 study, home studies are classified as Level 2, 3 and 4 depending on the number of channels recorded.

A Level 2 home study records a minimum of 7 channels of data and measures actual sleep time, which is the same as a full sleep study conducted in a laboratory yet there is no sleep technologist present for a home study. Our Infotrust Full Sleep Assessment consisting of a Level 2 home sleep study, online complete medical sleep history and a videoconference or office consultation with a sleep physician will soon be offered in selected sleep facilities in accordance with provincial standards such as the CPSO, CPP & FS.

Home sleep testing is not recommended if you have serious conditions such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) or Congestive Heart Failure (CHF). If a sleep study is advisable yet significant health problems prevent you from meeting the standards for portable monitoring, then follow-up with your personal physician advising testing in a local sleep laboratory may be recommended.