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Pre-Study Information

Sleep StudySleep Study
The benchmark standard for screening most sleep disorders is the nocturnal sleep study. Studies start at 9AM and end at 6AM. The study begins with electrode application and our trained technicians monitor the patient throughout the night.

"Your Sleep Study: What to Expect" brochure (PDF)

CPAP Titration StudyCPAP Titration Study
Similar to the standard sleep study, the CPAP titration study starts at 9AM and ends at 6AM, and involves electrode application and continuous monitoring. Our trained therapists slowly adjust CPAP pressure until patient has normal airflow.

"Your CPAP Application : What to Expect" brochure (PDF)

 

MSLT (Fatigue Study)MSLT (Fatigue Study)
The MSLT or Multiple Sleep Latency Test involves 4 or 5 naps each separated by 1.5 hours of wakefulness. The MSLT is the benchmark standard for screening for narcolepsy.

"Your Multiple Sleep Latency Test: What to Expect" brochure (PDF)

Contact Information

The Sleep Center
New York Eye and Ear Infirmary of Mount Sinai
310 E. 14th Street
New York, NY 10003
(212) 614-8288  TEL
(212) 614-8294  FAX

 

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