Beijing’s Dehaier Medical Systems Ltd, which develops, markets, and sells medical devices and wearable sleep respiratory products in China, has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Clinical Sleep Medicine Center of the Air Force General Hospital. The agreement says the two entities will cooperate on sleep-related clinical research studies, sleep disease diagnosis and treatment, technology and equipment clinical tests, as well as public education and a sleep disorder awareness campaign. Established in October 1956 in Beijing, the Air Force General Hospital is one of the leading hospitals in China and an early adopter of Dehaier’s wearable sleep respiratory solution systems as well.
Dr He Gao, director of the Sleep Center of the Air Force General Hospital, says in a release: “While thousands of our patients have benefitted from Dehaier’s innovative wearable sleep respiratory solution systems over the past several months, we look forward to full cooperation with Dehaier to accelerate our efforts in advancing sleep disorder clinical research, diagnostic system development, and data analytics as well as jointly promoting awareness of sleep disorders among the general population.”
Ping Chen, Dehaier CEO, says, “We are pleased to take our relationship with the Air Force General Hospital to the next level. Leveraging the hospital’s strength in clinical research studies and patient care and Dehaier’s focus on delivering innovative sleep respiratory solutions, the cooperation between the two parties is poised to tremendously benefit us a strong technical assistance and clinical data support in rapid delivering innovative wearable sleep respiratory solution systems to an ever-growing number of sleep apnea patients in China.”