701 W. Cocoa Beach Causeway
8745 North Wickham Road
5200 Babcock Street, NE
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It's helpful if your spouse or family member can be present during the interview to provide additional insight about your activities during sleep. If you need testing, we'll explain what test(s) was ordered and how they can help you. Most patients are scheduled for an overnight sleep study (nocturnal polysomnogram—NPSG), but some patients may also need a daytime study (multiple sleep latency test — MSLT) in addition to the overnight study. You'll be in a private room with a bathroom readily available. A technician will explain the testing equipment and procedures, and connect a variety of sensors to you so we can monitor and record your breathing, sleep stages, muscle movements, eye movements, snoring, blood oxygen level, etc. while you sleep. Nothing about this process is painful. The room is dark, but a technician will be able to check on you with an infrared camera and microphone. We'll wake you up in the morning when the test is completed. If you need to stay for a daytime test (MSLT), we'll provide breakfast and lunch for you.
A physician who specializes in sleep medicine will interpret your tests, and a physician board-certified in sleep medicine will also review the results. Typically the physician will follow up with you one week after testing to discuss the results and any recommendations. This may include another night in the sleep center to begin treatment, adjust your treatment, or check the progress of your treatment. During the first six months following your sleep testing, our case manager will contact you two or three times to see how you're doing. If you have nay questions about equipment or care related to your sleep problem, please do not hesitate to call us at 321-868-5832.
Besides clinical and diagnostic services, we also offer public education, case management, and extensive follow-up and patient support
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