Sleep Study in Sleep Lab
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In addition to the patient's AHI, the diagnosis will take into account the patient's oxygen desaturation. Once you receive your patient's sleep study results, you can then talk to him or her about the condition (if it's present), its severity, its possible health effects and treatment options.
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Sleep studies (Polysomnography) or sleep analysis can be done in the patient's home or at a sleep lab. Either way, you will need to give your patient a referral or prescription for them to pass on to the sleep study provider.
During a sleep study, your patient's breathing, body movements and responses during the night are monitored to see if he or she has a sleep disorder such as sleep apnoea.
Below is some information you can pass on to your patients about what happens during a sleep study.
In a sleep lab
In a sleep lab or hospital, a sleep technician will place sensors on your patient's body to monitor their sleep.
Sensors are placed:
on the chest to monitor heart activity
close to the eyelids to measure eye movements that help indicate if the patient is in REM or non-REM sleep
on the head to measure electrical signals from the brain
on the legs to assess muscle activity
Patients will also be fitted with:
a nasal cannula to monitor breathing
an oximeter on their finger to record oxygen levels
bands around their chest and stomach to measure breathing effort
With your patient's permission, staff may also request to film the sleep study to gain more insights into the patient's sleeping behaviour.
During this type of study, your patient will be required to stay overnight at the facility, so they should take everything needed for their usual sleeping routine, including pyjamas and toiletries.
A home setup is similar to that in a hospital or sleep lab – but a patient can remain in their own home. Prior to the sleep study night, a sleep technician will have shown your patient how to apply the sensors and monitors, and how to use the recording device during the night.
The night of the sleep test, the patient simply follows a normal evening routine and gets ready for sleep, sets up the equipment, and starts the recording. In the morning, the patient returns the recording device to the hospital or sleep lab.
What do sleep studies measure?
Among other things, the sleep study will indicate the severity of your patient's condition, which is classified according to an apnoea hypopnea index (AHI).
Measured during the sleep study, AHI refers to the number of apneas and hypopneas your patient has per hour.