Fullpower Technologies, the leader in person/patient-generated sleep health data with the Sleeptracker-AI Platform, will announce new studies using its Sleeptracker-AI smart bed at World Sleep 2022, the 16th international meeting of the World Sleep Congress in Rome from March 11th-16th.
Dr. Clete Kushida and collaborators will present results of the following studies:
A Comparison of Estimated Sleep-Wake Patterns Obtained from a Large U.S. Sample by Home-Based Under-Mattress Monitoring Devices Before and After the Start of the COVID-19 Pandemic
- Authors: C. Kushida2, A. Cotton-Clay3, S. Baron3, L. Fava3, V. Easwar3, A. Kinsolving3, P. Kahn3, J. Zitser Koren2, A. Rama4, F. Ding2
Estimated Sleep-Wake Patterns Obtained from a Large U.S. Sample by Home-Based Under-Mattress Monitoring Devices
- Authors: J. Zitser Koren2,5, A. Cotton-Clay3, V. Easwar3, A. Kinsolving3, P. Kahn3, C.A. Kushida2
Polysomnographic validation of an under-mattress monitoring device in estimating sleep architecture and obstructive sleep apnea in adults
- Authors: F. Ding2, A. Cotton-Clay3, L. Fava3, V. Easwar3, A. Kinsolving3, P. Kahn3, A. Rama4, C. Kushida2
2 Stanford University, Division of Sleep Medicine, Stanford, United States
3 Fullpower Technologies, Inc., Santa Cruz, United States
4 The Permanente Medical Group, San Jose, United States
5 Sourasky Medical Center, Tel Aviv, Israel
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