Insomnia symptoms are often subjective. Many people experience sleep state misperception, which
simply means they fall asleep faster or spend more time asleep than they perceive.
VirtuOx provides convenient at-home testing that enables physicians to formally diagnose and
determine the severity of insomnia, so that a proper treatment plan can be implemented.
Introducing the world’s 1st wearable device
designed to assess sleep architecture & sleep
continuity, allowing for an objective diagnose of
insomnia, in the home.
VirtuOx mails test kit to
patient’s home for easy and
VirtuOx sleep physician
provides ordering physician
with interpretation results &
Patient enrolled in the
VirtuOx CBT-I program
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) recommends that clinicians use
multicomponent cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I) for the treatment of
chronic insomnia disorder in adults².
VirtuOx patients have access to the dayzz sleep improvement app that delivers real-time contextual coaching. With the dayzz app, patients get a personalized sleep training plan tailored to their individual needs and lifestyle based on cognitive behavioral therapy.
|Records EEG, EOG, EMG, with optional submental EMG or ECG, pulse rate, head position, head movement, quantitative snoring|
|Auto-staging accuracy equivalent to PSG-based manual staging variability with:|
|Sleep spindles, spindle duration and power spectral densities|
|movement arousals, cortical arousals, microarousals and autonomic activations|
|sleep latency, REM latency, N3 latency|
|Monitors study status and automatically sends reminder emails|
|Multi-night studies with night-to-night comparison|
|Up to 30 hours of in-home recording between battery charges|
|Objective vs. subjective comparison report|
|Continuous 24/7 monitoring available for the ICU or Hospital|
|Available with application of novel sleep biomarkers|
VirtuOx is a Joint Commission approved, Medicare certified, Independent Diagnostic Testing Facility (IDTF) that performs over 40,000+ new diagnostic tests each month in the patient’s home that consists of: