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End-to-End Sleep Solutions from ReactDx
The React Family of Companies understands the importance of accurate diagnostics and timely interventions. Patients deserve access to care they need without unnecessary delays to achieve a better quality of life as soon as possible.
That’s why ReactDx and React Health have created a complete end-to-end solution to combine expertise in cardiac and sleep diagnostic services with a complete line of industry-leading CPAPs including the LUNA G3 PAPs.
Home Sleep Testing
Fast identification of sleep disorders in the comfort and convenience of the patient’s own home.
Results are delivered in days, not weeks or months.
Ambulatory Cardiac Monitoring
Comprehensive solutions to assess and analyze the heart’s activity with easy and efficient MCT and Extended Holter Tests.
Seamlessly transition patients from diagnosis to the appropriate sleep therapy, ensuring a streamlined and effective approach to treatment.
- Full FDA Clearance (Not Emergency Use Authorization)
- Available – no inventory or supply chain concerns
- Reliable – 1 million devices delivered with one of the lowest failure rates in the industry
- Single Point of Contact for Customer Service Support
Why Home Sleep Testing?
Our revolutionary Home Sleep Tests are a convenient alternative to traditional sleep testing. Our system is accessible, easy to use, and accurate, making it ideal for any patient at risk for Obstructive Sleep Apnea.
Testing at home avoids scheduling delays, and electronic data transmission allows prompt access and analysis by doctors in a single web portal. This leads to timely diagnosis and treatment, benefiting patients and doctors alike.
For providers, home sleep testing enables efficient screening of sleep-related breathing disorders, leading to early detection and appropriate management. This proactive approach improves patients’ health, reduces risks, and enhances treatment outcomes.
Why Is Treating Obstructive Sleep Apnea Important?
Sleep plays a crucial role in the healing process of the entire body. This is most apparent when we consider the connection between sleep deficiencies and the increased risk of developing heart disease, respiratory, and dangerous metabolic disorders in the millions of patients with sleep apnea.
Obstructive sleep apnea is present in:
- 38% of patients with Hypertension
- 48% of patients with Atrial Fibrillation
- 54% of patients with Obesity
- 55% of patients with Heart Failure
- 58% of patients with Diabetes
- 78% of patients with both Diabetes and Obesity
Understanding the connection between OSA and its comorbidities makes it clear – healthier sleep means healthier patients.