Diagnostic Sleep Medicine2021-01-28T18:12:30+00:00

Accurately measure CO2 throughout the night without disturbing sleep.

Sentec transcutaneous technology offers continuous, noninvasive CO2 and SpO2 values that are accurate across patient populations and conditions regardless of ventilation strategy – with site times and settings that support sound sleep.

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Accurately measure CO2 throughout the night without disturbing sleep.

Sentec transcutaneous technology offers continuous, noninvasive CO2 and SpO2 values that are accurate across patient populations and conditions regardless of ventilation strategy – with site times and settings that support sound sleep.

Contact Us

Accurately measure CO2 throughout the night without disturbing sleep.

Sentec transcutaneous technology offers continuous, noninvasive CO2 and SpO2 values that are accurate across patient populations and conditions regardless of ventilation strategy – with site times and settings that support sound sleep.

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Transcutaneous CO2 Enables Better Data for Doctors and Better Sleep for Patients

SpO2 Isn’t Enough

Hypercapnia without hypoxia is common in sleep disordered patients.

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Accuracy Matters

TCM overcomes the inaccuracy issues of end-tidal, regardless of ventilation strategy.

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Support Split Studies

Capture CO2 data of an entire split study continuously, without switching device, sensor, or site.

Better Rest – Better Data

Comfortable, unobtrusive monitoring supports uninterrupted sleep while algorithms exclude artifacts – leading to better data for clinical decision making.

TCM IN THE SLEEP LAB

The Benefits of Continuous Noninvasive CO2 Monitoring in the Sleep Lab

In sleep diagnostics, continuously monitoring CO2 levels is important to assess nocturnal hypoventilation and titrate noninvasive ventilation. Transcutaneous monitoring offers CO2 and SpO2 values with excellent accuracy across patient populations and conditions, regardless of ventilation strategy – all while supporting sound sleep.

Learn More About Transcutaneous Monitoring

TCM IN THE SLEEP LAB

The Benefits of Continuous Noninvasive CO2 Monitoring in the Sleep Lab

In sleep diagnostics, continuously monitoring CO2 levels is important to assess nocturnal hypoventilation and titrate noninvasive ventilation. Transcutaneous monitoring offers CO2 and SpO2 values with excellent accuracy across patient populations and conditions, regardless of ventilation strategy – all while supporting sound sleep.

Learn More About Transcutaneous Monitoring
Benefits for Patients

Low temperatures and gentle attachment options ensure comfortable and safe sleep.

A flexible, free-rotating sensor ring can measure for up to 12 hours so patients aren’t disturbed during sleep.

Benefits for Providers

Continuous, noninvasive CO2 values tightly correlated to PaCO2 regardless of ventilation strategy or V/Q mismatch.

Disconnection time of up to 30 minutes and a completely dimmable interface support the practicalities of sleep medicine.

Benefits for Facilities

Patient data can be transferred to selected patient monitoring, electronical medical record systems, P(S)G systems, nurse call systems or PCs.

With long membrane life, straightforward maintenance, and site time/calibration intervals of up to 12 hours, Sentec helps you stay up and running.

EDUCATION

Supported by clinical evidence

Explore Sentec’s webinars and educational material developed by sleep clinicians, respiratory therapists and technology experts who use transcutaneous monitoring.

Browse All Sleep Lab Resources

EDUCATION

Supported by clinical evidence

Explore Sentec’s webinars and educational material developed by sleep clinicians, respiratory therapists and technology experts who use transcutaneous monitoring.

Browse All Sleep Lab Resources