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20% of people suffer from sleep apnea – let’s give them a treatment option they will actually use.
Zephyr’s scientifically-validated medical devices and technologies are revolutionizing how sleep apnea is diagnosed and treated.
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Powered by continuous innovation, our proprietary technologies are setting the stage to help the millions of sleep apnea patients get the treatment they need.
Our MATRx Technology – Predicting Success with Oral Appliance Therapy
WHAT WE KNOW
Oral appliances work, but they don’t work for everyone!
A MATRx test
MATRx is a patient SELECTION tool that removes the guesswork from oral appliance therapy.
Know Who to Treat & Their Target
- Only treat responders
- Improve efficiency of appliance fitting at target
- Decrease time-to-therapy
- Minimize risk of over-titration
The Clinical Practice Guideline for the treatment of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring with oral appliance therapy was updated in June 2015 and published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine. The guideline expand the role of oral appliances in OSA treatment.
The MATRx study is performed while the patient is asleep.
The mandible is protruded in small, incremental steps, using temporary dental trays,
to determine if they will respond favorably to oral appliance therapy.
MATRx plus | A Home Sleep Study
This easy to use, tablet-based, cloud-connected home sleep testing system guides the
patient through a baseline study to aid in the diagnosis of sleep apnea and a multi-night,
computer-controlled dental titration study.
MATRx plus is approved by Health Canada for sale in Canada. This device is pending
513(f)(2) clearance and is not available for sale in the United States.
MATRx | A Polysomnographic Study
This in-lab system integrates with the polysomnogram (PSG) to allow monitoring
of the patient during a single night, remote-controlled dental titration study.