Feasibility Study for Portable Assessment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Project: Research project

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Description

Feasibility Study for Portable Assessment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea Feasibility Study for Portable Assessment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea We aim to assess the initial validity and feasibility of the Zephyr Bioharness (an easy to wear device the size, shape, and weight of a standard heart rate monitor with remote monitoring capabilities) to measure respiratory disturbances (i.e., apneas, hypopneas), hypoxemic stress, oximetry, and nighttime arousals during standard clinic-based polysomnography testing among patients suspected of obstructive sleep apnea. This study will take place at the Center for Sleep Medicine at the Mayo Clinic Arizona Hospital. This study has been approved by the Mayo Clinic Institutional Review Board (#12-002552) and is being funded by departmental funds at Arizona State University under the purview of Dr. Matthew Buman. The Mayo Clinic Arizona portion of the budget shall not exceed $3,648. The ASU portion of the budget shall not exceed $7,296. Dr. James Parish, Director of the Sleep Medicine Clinic at Mayo Clinic Arizona, will be responsible for overseeing the implementation of all aspects of the protocol being delivered at the Mayo Clinic. He will have primary oversight of the Clinical Coordinator and Sleep Lab Technician who will obtain pre-consent from each interested patient, obtain informed consent, and conduct the data collection protocols. Dr. Parish will participate in regularly scheduled research team meetings. Dr. Parish will also participate in data analysis, interpretation, and dissemination activities. Dr. Matthew Buman will provide the Zephyr Bioharness device and will oversee data analysis, interpretation, and dissemination activities.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date9/5/129/5/13

Funding

  • Mayo Clinic Arizona: $3,648.00

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