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Sleep-Related Respiratory Disorders in Patients with Narcotics

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Diagnosis of Sleep-Related Respiratory Disorders in Patients With Narcotic Medications

The present study is a prospective, single cohort study involving patients on narcotic medications, undergoing overnight sleep studies in the clinical sleep laboratory. The main hypothesis for the study is that the the frequency of sleep respiratory events (including central apneas) identified by a home sleep apnea test (HSAT) device (WatchPAT200U (wp200U) with centrals; Itamar Medical Ltd.) will significantly correlate with in-lab polysomnography (gold standard).

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Diagnostic Test - WatchPAT 200

The WatchPAT200 device has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for testing sleep related disorders in patients ages 17 and older. They are widely used with thousands of studies performed in the United States to validate the devices accuracy and efficacy. It is also routinely used in many other countries. The devices are not currently being used for patients who are currently taking narcotic medications at Kaiser Permanente. Therefore, we are asking patients to simultaneously ...read more on ClinicalTrials.org

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Diagnosis of Sleep-Related Respiratory Disorders in Patients With Narcotic Medications

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NCT03670914

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