Stardust II


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Stardust II Sleep Recorder

Stardust II is a portable sleep recorder to help you facilitate home sleep studies. It's powerful enough to generate comprehensive seven-channel reports and small enough for patients to wear it comfortably while in the comfort of their own home. Stardust II is in an easy-to-use and easy-to-manage portable device that gives you the power to tailor cardiopulmonary sleep studies to your patient's needs.

Caution: U.S. federal law restricts these devices to sale by or on the order of a physician.

Features

+Size Stardust II is powerful and small enough for patients to use in the comfort of their homes. The ultra-portable unit is worn on the chest. Three sensors plug directly into the recorder, so that patients aren't "tethered" to a large recorder. This gives your patients more freedom to move as they would normally. And that could give you a better picture of how they're breathing.

+Convenience Since Stardust II can plug into Virtuoso LX or Tranquility CPAP machines, studying compliance progress is comfortable. That's because these studies can be performed at home with equipment already being used comfortably and with a level of familiarity.

Just as Stardust II frees your patients from a bulky recorder, it can free your business from scheduling problems. Now you can conduct initial studies at your patients' homes. Or you can use Stardust II for follow-up studies. You can monitor patients wherever they sleep: in your lab, in their homes or even while traveling.

+Cost/Warranty Stardust II reduces costs by enabling in-home sleep studies. It comes with a two-year warranty.

+Software The real power of Stardust II is its host software. Based on proven Alice 4 software, this simplified, Windows®-based application is easy to learn and easy to use. Pre-programmed default settings make Stardust a powerful tool right out of the box.

Measurements/Data Collection Advanced flexibility lets sleep clinicians customize reports and manually score sleep studies.

Airflow Sensor: measures breath rate
Oximeter: measures pulse rate and oxygen saturation
Effort Sensor: measures chest or abdominal effort
Patient Event Monitor: tracks lights out and bathroom visits
Body Position Monitor: measures supine or non-supine sleep positioning




This product was added to our catalog on Friday 16 August, 2013.