COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 UpdateAs the situation surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to develop, Watermark Medical’s focus on the health and safety of our staff, partners, customers and patients is our top priority. We are closely monitoring guidance from the CDC and other public health organizations and taking appropriate action to ensure we continue to provide uninterrupted technical support, as well as maintain clinical and diagnostic services for our home sleep testing clients. While most of our technical and clinical staff are working remotely, we currently maintain shipping/receiving and quality assurance services from our office to manage device maintenance and repair requirements.

A few questions regarding the coronavirus outbreak have been specifically asked about the cleaning processes of the ARES device. Our cleaning procedure (when followed as described in the ARES Product Guide) has been validated and meets agency guidelines to mitigate the transfer risk of bacteria and viruses. For our customers safety, the ARES User Guide intended to be given or reviewed with each patient, includes instructions for the patient to place the device back in the plastic bag to return to the issuing facility. Once cleaned, storing the ARES device in a new resealable plastic bag will help ensure that the ARES remains clean and ready for the next patient use. Those who clean the devices after patient use can limit their chance of exposure by proper use of gloves and frequent washing of their hands. We are monitoring guidelines from CDC and other regulatory agencies and will adjust our procedure if their recommendations change.

Sleep Risk Quiz

In order to receive your Sleep Risk Number, please fill out the questions in each section and remember to save your answers.

Step 1 of 5

Tell us about yourself

Let’s find out about the physical characteristics that affect your health.

Your gender *

Your weight *

lbs

Your height *

ft

in

Your neck size *

in

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Have you been diagnosed or treated for:

Select any condition you have been treated for:

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Feeling sleepy?

How likely are you to doze off or fall asleep (more than just feeling tired) in the following situations?

Try to think about how these things would typically affect you.

Activity
Never
rarely
Sometimes
Often

Sitting and reading *

Watching TV, browsing internet *

Sitting, inactive, in a public place (theater, meeting, etc) *

As a passenger in a car for an hour *

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Feeling tired?

How likely are you to doze off or fall asleep (more than just feeling tired) in the following situations?

Try to think about how these things would typically affect you.

Activity
Never
rarely
Sometimes
Often

Laying down to rest in the afternoon when circumstances permit *

Sitting and talking to someone *

Sitting quietly after lunch (without alcoholic drinks) *

Stopped in a car during a few minutes of traffic *

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How do you sleep at night?

How likely are you to doze off or fall asleep (more than just feeling tired) in the following situations?

Try to think about how these things would typically affect you.

Activity
Never
rarely
Sometimes
Frequently
Always

Someone says you snore, or you know you snore *

You wake up gasping or choking, or with morning headaches *

Someone says you stop breathing in your sleep *

At night, you need to move your legs to feel comfortable or
have problems keeping your legs still *

Risk of potential Sleep Apnea

Obstructive Sleep Apnea has been linked to heart disease, COPD, stroke, diabetes and cancer and its effects range from daytime sleepiness, depression, relationship issues and dementia.

If you scored 6 points or higher contact us today about being tested for obstructive sleep apnea.

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