RAMAT GAN, Israel – The LIVE by EarlySense sleep monitoring device was found to be 92.5% accurate compared to polysomnography, the testing process used in clinics around the world to detect sleep disorders, according to a study published last month in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. “This technology is well-suited for continuous observation of patients in their natural environment,” said Asher Tal, head of EarlySense. The study included 63 participants who were recorded under a variety of sleep conditions. EarlySense’s contact-free home sensor, which is placed under a mattress, was not affected by environmental factors like mattress type or a second person in the bed. “Our technology empowers people to learn more about their sleep and monitor themselves at home in the most comfortable manner, without having to be hooked up to uncomfortable wires,” said Dr. Zvika Shinar, chief scientist officer of EarlySense, in a statement.
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