Virtual sleep lab helps catch OSA in hospital patients

03/16/2010 | Healthcare IT News

The MARS Virtual Sleep Lab from GE Healthcare lets physicians see cardiac and sleep apnea analysis data from any GE-monitored inpatient bed. The system aims to improve early diagnosis and treatment for sleep obstructive apnea, which affects about 50% of heart disease patients and can increase heart risks.

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