This is a testing service only and this device is not for sale. Due to the high cost and demand on the device, we do require that credit card information is secured before a device is released to you. It is important that this is used and returned within 2 business days after it arrives to your residence with the return label that is included for you to avoid for any charges. If the device is not returned within 2 business days, the full purchase price of the device ($2,200.00) will be deducted from your payment method. Signature required upon delivery.
It is highly suggested that you take the test the night you do receive the device to avoid further charges. In the event that you cannot use the device and return to us within 2 business days please contact a customer service representative immediately. If you do have any questions please contact us by email at info@FullertonMedical.net or at 1-657-217-0877
We will then send you all necessary equipment and instructions on how to setup and turn on the equipment for the study. You then return the Home Sleep Apnea Study Test to us, by calling in and arranging a pick up for the device.
Our Clinical Sleep Experts will then download and analyze the sleep study data from the device. The results are then submitted to a Board Certified Sleep Physician for review.
The results will determine whether or not you have been diagnosed with sleep apnea. If a diagnosis for sleep apnea is a result, a certified doctor’s note for a CPAP machine, CPAP Mask and supplies will be delivered to you and placed on file. You can use this note to get a valid CPAP prescription from your doctor. You will then be notified by our CPAP equipment specialists to discuss your options and assist you with the important questions you may have.
Refundable Deposit of $200 Required – Deposit is Refunded Once The Test is Returned
ATTENTION: Make sure to pack the equipment for return after two nights use for best results, the package will be arranged to be picked up at your location. If pickup and return delivery has not been confirmed, additional nights will be charged.
The Alice NightOne Smart Guide Setup displays illuminated sensor indicators that walks the patient through sensor placement one by one. The indicators will change from yellow to green when a good quality signal is detected. The device uses the same sensors recommended by the AASM for in-lab studies. The device has 3 sensors (effort belt, cannula and oximeter) and a built-in body position sensor that provide seven channels of data (body position, pressure flow, snore, respiratory effort, SpO2, pleth and pulse rate.
Enhanced Good Study Indicator
The Good Study Indicator (GSI) feature allows you to know how much good quality data has been gathered before the device is returned to your lab. Flow, effort and SpO2 signal quality is monitored throughout the night. In the morning, your patient can press the User Button and the GSI visually displays the amount of good-quality data in 25-percent increments. If a problem with a sensor significantly hinders the collection of good data, this is also displayed.
Auto-on, recording starts as soon as belt is buckled
The “Auto-on” feature turns on the device as soon as the RIP belt is clicked in place; no need for patients to push a ‘start’ button. The integrated connection eliminates the need for an external effort wire set. The “smart guide” sequence guides patients through the setup process easily and provides feedback to the patient along the way.