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Sleep (PSG) Test

POLYSOMNOGRAM ("Sleep Test") This is the most common test. During the PSG, there is continuous monitoring of brain activity, breathing and of leg movements during sleep. This test allows the sleep specialist to diagnose the more common problems of sleep such as sleep apnea and periodic leg movements

Forms: Sleep Study/PSG Preparation



If there is evidence for sleep apnea, you will be called back for continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) titration. This involves placing a mask over the nose and blowing in air at pressure to help prevent snoring and apnea. The pressure is gradually titrated upwards to find the right settings.

Forms: Sleep Study/PSG Preparation



The Multiple Sleep Latency Test (MSLT) is carried out during the daytime and assesses the rapidity with which an individual falls asleep. This test is useful when studying the reasons for daytime sleepiness.

Forms: MSLT Test Preparation



Maintenance of Wakefulness Test (MWT) helps to determine how well an individual can resist falling asleep

Forms: MWT Test Preparation


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7920 Preston Road, Suite #100
Plano, TX 75024
Phone: 972-712-4141
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