What We Study
St. Mary's of Michigan Sleep Disorders Center offers comfortable, overnight rooms that include queen-size beds, recliners, cable television, and private bathrooms. The calming artwork above each bed slides away to provide direct access to oxygen, suction and other emergency equipment, if needed.
Our testing includes:
- Routine sleep study (polysomnogram) -- this test is an overnight study that allows a technician to collect data about disturbances that interfere with a person's sleep.
- CPAP titration -- for patients with sleep apnea, this study allows the patient to be properly fitted with a mask and the correct pressure determined to eliminate the apnea.
- Multiple sleep latency testing (MSLT) -- a daytime nap study for the diagnosis of narcolepsy.
- Maintenance wakefulness testing (MWT) -- measures a patient's ability to stay awake during period of quiet.