Sleep Review interviews Guy Lapierre, director of systems engineering, Stellate Systems Inc; and Keith Thornton, DDS, founder and CEO of Airway Management Inc.
|Input from health care professionals plays a significant role in the development of quality products. Sleep Review spoke with Guy Lapierre, director of systems engineering, Stellate Systems Inc, Montreal, about the research and development behind the Stellate DUO™ Amplifier.
SR: How does the Stellate DUO Amplifier advance the quality and delivery of patient care?
SR: What advanced technology features does the Stellate DUO Amplifier include?
SR: How do these features distinguish the amplifier from others?
SR: How do you expect the Stellate DUO Amplifier to impact the marketplace?
|Sleep Review spoke with Keith Thornton, DDS, founder and CEO of Airway Management Inc (AMI), Dallas, about using mandibular advancement devices (MADs) in combination with CPAP to manage snoring and sleep apnea.
SR: Most oral appliances that treat snoring and OSA are mandibular advancement devices. How do they work?
SR: How is the Thornton Adjustable Positioner (TAP) different than the other MADs?
SR: What other unique features does it have?
SR: How does the combination TAP-CPAP work?
SR: Compliance is an issue for CPAP users. Are TAP users compliant? If so, how does the TAP address the need for increased compliance?
SR: What are sleep apnea patients saying after using the TAP?