Diagnostic accuracy and set-up time of a wireless patch-based polysomnography system: a pilot study

Diagnostic accuracy for sleep stages and sleep parameters was high, suggesting comparable outcomes to in-lab PSG. The average time (minutes:seconds) needed by sleep technicians to apply the Onera STS on a patient was 6:17 ± 2:34, compared to 28:15 ± 8:39 necessary to apply traditional PSG, resulting in reduced average set-up time of more than 20 min for all patients. Overall epochby- epoch analysis found substantial agreement between the Onera STS and in-lab PSG (kappa = 0.69).

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