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Sensors fixed on a sleeping womans head.

Developing better diagnostics for sleep apnoea

Thanks to unobtrusive sensors and artificial intelligence, sleep studies can soon be conducted more efficiently at the patient’s home, with a reduced workload required for analysis. 

Man wearing a wearable sensor that can diagnose sleep apnoea.
A Nordic research consortium develops better diagnostics for sleep apnoea, relying on wearable sensors and neural networks.