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NovaSom, Inc. (formerly Sleep Solutions, Inc.)

801 Cromwell Park Drive, Suite 108
Glen Burnie, MD, USA

Category: Medical Devices

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NovaSom, Inc. (formerly Sleep Solutions, Inc.), is a diagnostic service provider for home testing and evaluation of sleep-disordered breathing, which includes the diagnosis of obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). It offers physicians and their patients a fast, cost-effective, accurate and comfortable alternative to in-laboratory sleep studies.

NovaSom has developed NovaSom® QSG® that allows patients to undergo testing for Obstructive Sleep Apnea in the comfort and privacy of their own home. The system can be used for up to three nights to collect sleep data, including respiratory events (apneas and hypopneas), snoring intensity, blood oxygen saturation, pulse rate and respiratory effort. It offers NovaSom® PulseOx®, an easy solution for qualifying oxygen patients by delivering a simple but clinically-accurate overnight pulse oximetry device to the patient's home and instructing the patient on its use. The company has also developed MediTrack® a comprehensive program for cost-efficient, direct-to-patient delivery of testing services and medical products. Its Study Viewer(TM) is an electronic data analysis system that utilizes proprietary algorithms for automated scoring and generation of a comprehensive diagnostic report.

NovaSom provides a comprehensive, ambulatory diagnostic service for sleep-disordered breathing including Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA). Its ambulatory testing services benefits include: provides data for respiratory events (apneas, hypopneas, A+H index), snoring intensity, blood oxygen saturation, pulse rate and respiratory effort, requires no staff, training or equipment purchase, provides secure, patient-reported health information and outcomes tracking services to aid therapeutic decisions and disease state management etc.

NovaSom has partnerships with State University of New York at Buffalo (SUNY/UB) and Department of Veterans Affairs.