The most significant sleep medicine breakthrough in 15 years!
As effective as polysomnography!
The standard technology for sleep test measurements in hospitals and sleep clinics is the polysomnography (PSG).
Sunrise provides an analysis of your sleep for diagnosing sleep apnoea ... Directly from your home!
The curve demonstrates a comparable, unprecedented accuracy between the Sunrise test and the PSG.
A large study of 376 patients conducted by French, Belgian and American sleep doctors (1) compares data obtained with Sunrise and with PSG.
A certified medical device
There is a real difference between consumer goods, which are poorly regulated, and what the law calls "certified medical device", used by doctors in their daily practice. Obtaining this certification takes several months of work.
The European Commission sets out the rules to be observed in order to receive “medical device” certification.
It certifies 52 notified bodies, in charge of checking how the device was developed and then validated, and how the quality of the device is monitored over time.
These verification audits are conducted at least once a year (1).
(1) For diagnostic instruments (class 2a).
Mandibular movements, directly from the brain
During sleep, passage of air through the respiratory tract is more difficult because the muscles relax, depriving the body of oxygen.
The brain becomes aware of these disturbances and reacts by contracting muscles of the upper respiratory tract to restore air circulation. These muscles are attached to a mobile bone, the mandible, which is moved by their contraction.
These mandibular movements caused by muscle contractions from brain signals are analysed by the Sunrise device. By being attached to your chin it shows precisely what the brain is doing to keep you breathing and sleeping.
Our scientific publications
Automated sleep apnea diagnosis through mandibular movement monitoring coupled with machine learning analysis.
The performance of Sunrise not only favorably compares with but also, in many instances, surpasses the performance of other fully automated diagnostic devices.2020 JAMA Netw Open.
Bruxism relieved under CPAP treatment in a patient with Obstructive Sleep Apnea syndrome.
Mandibular movements recording allows to identify not only OSA and RERA, but also bruxism.2020 Chest
Mandibular Movement Monitoring with Artificial Intelligence Analysis for the Diagnosis of Sleep Bruxism.
Sleep bruxism can be identified, quantified, and characterized with mandibular movements analysis supported by artificial intelligence.2020 Sleep
The Polyvalent Role of Mandibular Movement Signal in Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome Detection and Evaluation.
Mandibular movements are correlated with the key PSG indexes and contribute as importantly as AHI, RDI and ODI for the diagnosis and severity stratification of OSAS.2020 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
Design and Validation of a New Technology for Home-Based Screening of Sleep Apnea Syndrome.
Mandibular movements recording are the most important contributors for optimized OSAS screening approach, when interfaced with self-reported symptoms and co-morbidities.2020 American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine
The movements of the mandible provide information on the therapeutic efficacy of the mandibular advancement device
The study of mandibular movements during sleep provides precise information on the change in apnoea / hypopnoea indices during mandibular advancement device titration in the treatment of obstructive sleep apnoea.2019 "Vaisseaux, Coeur, Poumons"